my advice to use is to seek assistance from a qualified technician at your local shop and ask the technician to diagnose the malfunctioning pillar
I guess the big question is how in the world did you break a pillar, these usually last the life of the car unless in a wreck and if the pillar is broken chances are high that there is some abnormal flex in the body also, a car with this kind of damage is usually totalled. Anyway if you can find someone that is willing to tackle this it will have to be put on a frame rack and held in the proper position so everything aligns right, the old pillar cut out and a new one welded into place all the time watching the body too make sure it stays aligned. Not an easy or cheap job.
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