Power Windows stop, and then move a little after waiting about 60
I have a 1998 Toyota Corolla. Both rear and front driver side power windows will go down part way, then stop. If I wait about 60 seconds, I can move them about 2 inches. Wait another 60 seconds, two inches more. This happens both putting the window down and up on both windows. The passenger side windows work fine. I have lubricated the regulator slides and the window tracks, but this did not help.
Re: Power Windows stop, and then move a little after...
Sounds like it could be your switch going out. Does the rear switch give you the same problem? If not, then I would suggest you go to a junk yard and find one to replace the front one, even then they range in price from $35-60. A new one from the dealer is best but more costly. Good luck hope it helps.
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The front and rear windows operate on the same circut.Try all the switches ,master on the drivers door and each rear door.The switches reverse the polartity to operate up and down. If the switches are OK, then tast for power at the widow motor behind the door panel
no problem on fuse............... check your power window switch, if not work on main and secondary switch, check power window ,remove the switch on passenger side, try to activate the motor by touching wire to battery, take the two wires, brown stripe red and brown stripe white, you will now know the problem
I'm assuming it is a power window. It may be a loose connector in the power bezel, or over time the switch contacts have go comtaminated (moisture-rust-dirt). Remove the power bezel and inspect the connector and switch. does this impact the other windows as well? Good Luck
Probably a resetting circuit breaker in the system. Some are reset when they cool off, others when keyed off. Must be something drawing too much current, or circuit breaker getting weak. Usual causes of drawing too much current in your case would be power window motors. With that said, there are some things you can try to lessen the load on the circuit such as spraying silicone down sides where felt is for easier window movement. Those areas get dried out and tend to grip glass as it's going up & down causing extra load on motor. I've also had to resort to removing door panels & spraying grease on tracks & guides inside door, to help. try silicone down sides first and see if it helps. Also make note if one window seems to cause it more than another, that gives you a good one to start on.