Question about 2004 Toyota Corolla
Power window in back left side suddenly stopped working, all others are fine. This window has hardly even been used in the almost 5 yrs. I have owned it. Is it a fuse, I can't tell by looking at the fuses.
SInce you have window has not been used in 5 years, I would suspect that it is either stuck where the glass contacts the rubber around the glass, or, the door window motor is simply seized from lack of use. Take a butter knife and run it around under the window rubber, put the knife between the glass & the rubber, as if to "unstick" the glass from the rubber. If this does not work, pull off the door trim panel and TAP on the window motor with a small hammer whilst operating the switch to lower the window. One of these suggestions will cure your problem. Quite common with people who do not use their back windows.
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
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