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Power window circuit breaker

My power window circuit breaker get extremely hot. windows do not function. i have removed the connector in the passenger door and have notice wire that are frayed.
a blue/yellow
pink/black
yellow /black
black/white
what are these for and could this be the problem
disconnecting this harness from the door still does not stop the c/b from ovrer heating

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Replace the circuit breaker it could be faulty also always repair any and all frayed and damaged wires

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I just solved this same problem on my 1989 Camry. The problem was a broken wire somewhere in the door or rubber boot, running between the master switch in the drivers door and the connector (E1, 10-pin blue connector) in the left kick panel. Put one lead of your ohm meter on the pin with the GRN/WHT wire (green with a white stripe) on connector E1, and the other lead of your meter on the same color wire at the master switch connector. If your problem is the same as mine you'll find this wire is broken (no continuity). Try some of the other wires in the same way to ensure you have the right wire bundle. The fun part was fishing a new 16 gauge wire through the boot. I used a fiberglass wire pulling rod from Harbor Freight tools, pulled a heavy string through, tied the new wire to it, and pulled it through. Tip: Pull in some extra wires at the same time; I found another broken wire that stopped my left rear window from working also. I cut the wires near each connector and crimped on **** connectors to splice in my new wires. Works great. Good luck -- Mark

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