Question about 1989 Toyota Camry
Check fuses and relays first. Second, try to get a testlight on the electrical wiring going directly into the switches for the windows. Is there electricity going in? If yes, then you may have a faulty switch. No? Then trace backwards and see why there is no juice. Also, check to see if the power window switches on the passenger doors work. It is unlikely that all the door regulaters and/or motors have failed simultaenously. This sounds like electrical. In other words, the juice may not be getting to where it should. Any small shop with ALLDATA would be happy to print you the electrical schematic on your car, if you feel up to this. If not, most shops may find the problem for you at no chrage and then just quote you on what it woul take to fix.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
Chances are the electrical wiring harness in the driver side door jamb near the hinges has one if not more than one broken wire in it. That wiring harness flexes every time you open and close the door and over time the wires inside break. The power to all the car doors and windows goes through that wire to the control switches on the driver's door and then back out to all of the doors and windows. The sunroof power and controls do not go through that harness which explains why the sunroof still works ok.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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