1991 MR2 Non-Turbo - Passenger side power window issue
My passenger side window is halfway down and won't close! this has happened several times where the power is out for some reason, but the window was usually up and just wouldn't go down.
it seems to only happen when people ride in my car and slam the door; last year i spent the majority of my time in my car alone i never had this problem.
i can't even open it from the driver's side. i tried cleaning all the components, but it still hasn't helped. i haven't checked the fuse yet because it got dark out, but the driver's side window works so i doubt that's it. and yes, i toggled the passenger window on/off button too.
Re: 1991 MR2 Non-Turbo - Passenger side power window...
Hi... I read your problem and i think i know what is causing the passenger window not to work... it is not the window regulator for sure, you said sometimes it works, that is until somebody slams the door, but other than that it actually works so that proves it works, and because of that i really think it is your wire harness.
So try it work test it and if it works please let me know, i own a 91 mr2 and my window ( passenger ) doesn`t work but I`m rebuilding the whole car so I'm not worrying about it for now but your results will help me a lot.
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Maybe your motor just need the connections taken off and sprayed down with wd/40 to help the connection. Is this happening on the driver side? if so try useing the passenger side button and see if it opperates same way, it;s a different window motor> good luck to you.
You will need to remove your interior trim panel and check your window regulator for damage and for power going to your window motor. If your regulator is ok and you have power going to the motor then you have a bad window motor. If there is no power at the motor then you will need to check the circuit for the problem ie. blown fuses, broken wiring, bad switch. It is very commen for the motors to go bad. Good luck.
The answer to the the back up lights it the trans reverse switch on top of the transmission on the drivers side.The wires seem to corrode and fall out. Its really hard to remove so I used epoxy to set the wire back in place. as for the The other issue. Does this happen more often in the rain? Use some dielectric grease on the MAF sensor connected to the air cleaner. I hope that helps. Hit me up for a better explanation.
it happen with me also actually the problem is the power window get jammed from the inner part..... you if you able to open it just open now clean it well then spray the lube into it and for a long time it work properly..... thankyou