1994 Camry wagon, passenger side electric window.(front seat)
My passenger side electric window on my 1994 Camry went down and will not go back up. No warning or gradual demise it just went down smoothly and will not go back up? The other windows are working so I assume that a fuse is not the problem unless each door has its own seperate fuse? Easy fix or does it look like I have to get another window motor$$$$$?
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Can you hear the moter or do interior lights dim when pressing button? If so remove door panel and lubricate tracks and rolers using lithium grease lube only the tracks that do not come in contact with glass.
Check the connections at the switch and at the moter with a volt meter if there is power than time for a new moter. no power than check at drivers side switch. If no power there and fuse is ok you have a open in wires and will have to trace entire circut
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Not really sure if other modles got the same location.
Battery located under the Right Back Passenger seat.
for the seadan ... you may have to remove the back seat by pressing the corner bottoms in both sides then left it up and drag it to front to got it free... you will see the battery under it.
for the wagon... open the back right door and release the bottom seat by pressing the lock handle at the side of the seat up.... seat bottom will be cimi free to be lifted to front and then you will have free access to the battery.
if you just need to recharch the low battery... you can find the charging plugs under the hood to the left side ( +) will be covered with black plastic box... open it and connect the possitive cable (red)... ( - ) will be few inches front of that to be conected with nigative cable (black)
more than likely one of the switches are bad (down side of switch works but up side of switch dont) being as the switches are wired together if one goes bad other one won't work either take the switch out one of back doors should be same as front passenger door put rear switch in front passenger door if works then u know front door switch is bad if it doesn't then drivers door switch is bad u replaced window regulator Did that come with motor too??? if not check to see if motor is good there is two wires going to motor cut isolation back on wires and using some jumper wires attach one wire to positive terminal of a 12 volt battery attach other wire to negative terminal of battery window should move up or down reverse connections and window should move other way
Perhaps an item got caught under the seat and possibly affected the linkage wire between rail tracks.A small linkage wire trips the console side track.Without this,that particular track will not disengage.Look under the good working passenger side seat and you might notice this linkage wire.It will then give you an opportunity to see if it works well on the inop seat. You can pull that wire(or trip that linkage arm by hand if you are in a dilemma and need the seat moved in order to drive but use caution on these moving parts and dont get pinched.