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Hi, my 91 toyota hi-lux tailgate window winds dwn with the key easily but not up, the motor makes a click when u try wind up, on the drivers button up front u can get the window up but you have to repeatedly press the buttton until it finally engages an winds up again, ive noticed the window motor clicks whenever u press the button but does not engage ? any help greatly apreciated

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The window motor is clicking because the teeth on the motor wheel may be worn and will only get worse by forcing the window up over and over. Have it looked at and get an estimate as cost vary widely. Good Luck

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Sounds like the motors are week and need replacing but first check the wiring to make sure that some of the copper strans are not broken causing a lack of power to motor you might even want to use a amp meter.

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