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1.Window rubber channels dirty or broken. Try pushing the window down or up while pushing the window riser switch. If it moves with the push, the window channels are dirty. Cleang up the window rubber channels first with water and soap, then push the window glass up and down while pushing the window riser on. If windows do not move, it could be caused by no power supply to motor (#2 or # 3) or broken riser gears
2. No power to your window riser motor. check your fuses.
3 Burn out window riser motor. - Replace motor.
4.If motor turns, but windows does not move, it could be caused by broken window riser gears, and need to be replaced.
Do all of these by removing the door side panels first and inspect the rubber channels, motor connections.
Hi; The material has clips holding them in place-some are 1 use only(in other words they get ruined removing the press in thread type part) and some have reusable(in which case there is a little dimple in middle-push that in with a tiny screw driver/pick type tool & grab outer part & pull out. Good Luck-JT
Depending on how tight the fit of the new rubbers are, you can try the following:
1) Power or wind the window down the the bottom. 2) Pull out the rubber guide, starting from the top of the window frame. Pull the rubber upwards and outwards from the two side runners. 3) Using silicone spray, lubricate your new rubber and feed it into your window runner guides, pushing it downwards. 4) Spray the inside of your new rubber guide, in the window channel. Operate the window upwards, making sure the rubber slips past, beyond the widow and all the way to the bottom of its channel. 5) Secure the rubber all the way around the frame and channel.
1) Remove inner door skin. 2) Loosen or remove retaining bolts on side window channels. 3) Power or turn the window down to its lowest position. 4) Follow the rest of the steps in the first list and re-secure the channel when finished. 5) Refit door inner skin.
Ed is right, there is lots of screws and pop off caps, Have some tape ready to stick them to the panels you are taking off. And write down the succession as you take them off. I had 4 sections in my 1992 4Runner and then the seat belt in back had to be unscrewed from roof. Good Luck. Oh and I had glass in the compartment in the back over rear tires, found it like 1year later!