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1997 toyota camry passenger side front power window problem

I have 1997 toyota camry. front passenger side goes up but its not going down. if i give the power direct from battery then it goes up and down in both directions. what is the problem in it?????? how i can fix it--------

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Good Day,

I would lean towards it being a bad switch on that side. To test this theory go grab any DPDT(double pole-double throw) switch and hook it up to that side, if it works than it's just a bad switch, go grab a new one from a junkyard or dealer.

Hope this helps

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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