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Rear window does not work on switch or keyfob

This just happened all of a sudden. No warning. Have scoured the manual but can not find which fuse operates the rear window. Figured I would start here. Anyone know?

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  • atlwolverine Feb 14, 2009

    Neither the rear window or washer/wipers will operate. I cannot hear the motor running and the fuses appear OK. Any suggestions?

  • Wrayth Feb 19, 2009

    I have the same problem plus one additional one.



    Window does not work.

    Wipers will not work.

    and Defroster does not work.



    I took it to toyota many times and now im stuck with it. They never fixed it. It started about a year after w bought it.

  • Anonymous Apr 27, 2009

    Rear window does not work and rear wiper does not work. Tried changing the fuse; still not working.

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30 amp POWER #5 & 7.5 amp ECU B2, are the fuses for the back window ecu/motor.

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