1997 4 door Camry XLE my power windows no longer work, except drivers side. They do not work from the drivers side master control or from the individual controls. Couldn't find a fuse for power windows anywhere. I'm not sure that is the problem, but seemed like a good place to start. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Well if the drivers side window controll works but the others don't it doesnt look like a fuse or a relay problem. My advice is to check and see if the wireing clips for the window is conected. You would have to take off the door panel wich is held on by 3 or 4 screws and a few plastic clips, check both sides if they are connected you may have a break in the wire somewere or your window regulator motor could have gone bad. If they aren't connected just push them together an they should work.
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your master control module is bad..we just did this with a close friends' jeep.. it went all funky and I couldnt figure it out at first..the dealer we took it to fixed it because it was and still is under warranty.. thats what was wrong with hers..
I am a little confused about what you are saying here, but I think you are saying that no windows work from the drivers door master window switch except the drivers door window, and that the switchs at each of the three other doors operate the windows ok? Is this correct?
the fuse switch is merely a fuse in your fuse panel ,,however many issues regarding this is between the door jamb in the plastic boot the wires over time become worn from all the opening and closing of the door if you remove the switch itself and use of a test light will ensure proper diagnosis is there power to the switch if so then it may very well be the switch itself
Check for power to the master switch on the driver's door. Anywhere on the connector. If there is no power at the connector, check for a broken wire coming thru the lf kick panel into the door. If there is power, replace the master switch