Question about 2000 Toyota Camry
I have a 2000 Toyota Camry that has a driver side window problem. It rolls down with no problem at all but getting it to roll up again is impossible! Some suggest replacing the window motor but I think it might be a fuse problem. Can anyone help me? My mother had the same problem with her '98 Toyota Corolla and had the motor replaced to the tune of over 300 bucks. John (roswell ga)
Posted by Anonymous on
Ok. here is how you fix the problem. first and most important you have to get *****. then you have to spin around in circles 5 to 10 times depending on the day of the week your car was made on. then you take the door panel off the car. after taking the door panel off the car touch your nose and spin around a few more time, just for good measure. then last call the dealer to come tow your POS away and buy an American car. That should fix all your issues.
Posted on Aug 02, 2011
First, check the power window switch, can you take the other power window switch and plug it in. Hopefully, it just a bad window switch.
If you need the power window motor, try get one from the junk yard. I don't think it cost that much, maybe $40-$75. I replaced the window and the motor for my friend's 94 camry, I brought it from the junk yard it cost me $60 for both.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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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