Question about 1999 Toyota 4Runner
I had my passenger window replaced by an auto shop. When I got it back and hit the button to roll the window up, it goes all the way up but then instantly comes down halfway and stays there. The guy at the shop said that the car's computer needs to be reset but I can't find anything that tells me how to do this.
That is poor customer service they should have fix the problem before giving it back to you they messed up take it back
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The anti-pinch has to be 'reset', unfortunatly the motor has to be remover and reset. If you replaced the glass yourself... then go back and remove the glass from the regulator, unbolt & remove the regulator from the door (10mm bolts). remove the motor from the regulator. plug power into motor and rotate the drive gear 'UP' 6-10 turns. motor should be reset. reinstall motor, regulator and window. check operation before installing door panel.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
SOURCE: I have a 2010 Toyota
Hello Susan..... What you are experiencing is the jam protection function: During automatic
closing operation, the window stops and opens half way if something gets caught
between the window and window frame. If the window receives a strong impact,
this function may work even if nothing is caught.
If the power window does not operate automatically or the jam protection function does not operate correctly, you should normalize the power window
To normalize the power window:
1. Push down the power window switch and lower the windows fully.
2. Pull up the switch until the windows close and hold the switch for a second. Make sure that the window open and close automatically. If the power windows cannot be operated properly, have it
checked by your dealer.
Posted on Dec 03, 2010
try going to passenger door window switch and reset it by going down and holding for extra 3to5 seconds after window is down, do same to go up, then try doing it with master switch don forget to hold it longer, this is a reset also used on Scion vehicles, hope it helps.
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
try to reset the window rolling by sitting on the driver's seat and turn ignition on and from the main windows function buttons on the driver's door press at the same time both front windows down if are up to the end and still hold pressed the buttons for a second,then do the same for up with same time on hold.do the same if not respond until respond.
Posted on Sep 23, 2012
turn the key to the run position, do not try and start. press and hold the window switch in the down position until the window is all the way down, then count to three. Hold the window switch in the up position until the window is all the way up, then count to three. Push the window button down to engage the auto down function (you do not need to hold it down). once the window is all the way down pull up on the window switch momentarily to activate the auto up (you do not need to hold the switch in the up position). The window should now be reset.
Posted on Nov 29, 2012
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