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2004 Toyota Corolla S - one of the power windows partially works

The power window switch on the front passenger (front-right) can be used to pull down the windows but it won't pull up the same window. However, I can use the driver side switch to pull up that window. Troubleshooting: If I pull down the front-right window partially, I cannot pull it up or push it down with the driver side controls. In that case, I would have to pull down the front-side window all the way down, using the same side control, then use the driver side control to pulll it up. Is it easy to open the door panel and fix the issue? How do I go about doing it myself?

Many thanks;
farshud

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  • farshud Jun 02, 2009

    The dealership service dept. says car is under warrenty for only 36k miles; mine is over 90k.

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    driver's side power window won't go up and down automatically. Will go if held

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I belive if you put both windows down completly then up completly it acts as reset. I had to do this after I had the battery off for a while with my TS. Hope it helps.

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Your car is still under warenty from toyota.
they will be more then happy to fix this problem for you.
i would know i work there.

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