Question about 1999 Toyota Corolla
It's the motor. If the motor turns at all, the switch is good. Make sure the glass is not binding in the track. If it works with a little help, replace the motor.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Pull off the triangle thing.
On the door, at the front edge, there should be 2 plastic caps. Remove them. Under the caps there are screws. Remove them.
On the rear of the door panel, above the latch, are 2 round things, with a smaller round thing in the middle. Press on the inner round thing, and pull the pin assemblys out.
Do you have a light on the door panel at the bottom? If so, pry it out with a small screwdriver (it's just a "press-fit"), and remove the wire connector.
Under the arm-rest, remove the big phillips screw that is hidden, about an inch back from the outer edge of the panel. You will see the hole.
Under the arm rest, remove the tiny plastic trim cover, remove another big phillips screw.
Remove the door handle: Remove the phillips screw. Slide the handle forward or backward to release it from the door metal. Undo the clamp from the lock rod to the handle.
Remove any screws at the very bottom of the panel, if there are any.
Starting at the bottom of the panel. pull straight out, to defeat the plastic clamps tht holds the panel to the door metal. Once the panel is loose, pull it up a bit to remove it from the window opening retainer. Finally, inside the panel, unplug the wiring harness to the window switch assembly.
If you need any more info, please comment back. And, Thanks for the FIxYa.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
You need to replace the window regulator assembly.
The cables that run the glass up and down have broken inside the regulator.
Hope this helps. A FixYa rating would be greatly apprecited.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
No won't be fuse. My guess is there is something faulty with the main controller. You could probably verify this by trying the switch on right rear passenger door. If it works there then the problem is at the main controller in the driver door. Could be a loose wire or the switch itself is broken.
Posted on May 13, 2009
SOURCE: 96 Camry Power Window problem
the power windows of most toyotas only works if the master switch located on the drivers side is good. remove the master switch check for burned traces on the printed circuit board. solder a jumper wire across the burned part and it should work
Posted on May 30, 2009
SOURCE: 2000 toyota camry rear window
This isn't so much of a solution as it is an understanding. My rear passenger window just started doing the exact same thing a few weeks ago. I finally had to get black duct tape that matches the color of my car to keep it up. Sorry I couldn't help you more, but would love to find a solution myself.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
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