Question about 2000 Toyota 4Runner
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am assuming you have power windows, more than likely your power window motor regulator needs to be replaced. But first your window could have came off its track, to check to see if this is the case (the easy way):
1. inspect the window make sure it doesn't appear to be visibly crooked or cockeyed
2. hit both the front and back of window with the palm of your hand forcefully, but not hard enough to hurt yourself of course :)
3. check to see if window will go up and down now
4. if this doesn't fix it then it's time to replace the power window motor regulator, unfortunately this isn't a job for the average joe (especially if he doesn't have the appropriate tools) so you'd need to take it to a shop
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
it looks like the starter is bad, install a new one. the antenna gear is broken, needs to be replaced and you need to check the rear hatch for any obstructions
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
SOURCE: rear window will not roll down
I had the same problem but it turned out to be the safety switch that is in the drivers side gate latch. To get to it you must roll down the window. I did this by disconnecting the motor and attaching a cordless drill battery to the ternminals at the harness. One way rolls up and switch the connection to roll down. Take off the drivers side latch (three screws on gate edge) and there is a switch inside the latch. My local toyota dealer didnt have the swicth so I just took it out of the loop. This solved my problem, but there is about 4 switches/relays in the gate alone that can give you the same problem.
Posted on May 07, 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: 2000 Toyota Camry Window Problem
Sorry to strike your hopes on this one, but it is not a fuse problem. If there was a blown fuse, the window motor would not get any voltage at all and would neither roll up nor down.
Now, the good news is that you can order an after-market window motor and regulator for a very reasonable price, for example just $44.95 delivered from www.AM-autoparts.com for your 2000 Camry. If you are just moderately handy, you can remove the interior door panel and replace the part yourself. Or, you can take it to an auto glass shop and they will replace it for you. The charge should be about one hour's labor.
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
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