Question about 1994 Toyota Camry
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$$$$$?
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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