I have a 2000 Toyota LC. The right rear tilt panel window (power tilt) is not working. The left window works just fine. I looked for a fuse to check, but was unable to identify if it has a fuse and/or if it needed replaced. Any ideas as to what the problem is?
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should'nt have individual fuses,brushes in motors may be stuck,tap on door panel while trying to operate window may get them working,if does'nt work may have to get to power motor.check for power to doors with test light first
The window defogger is often powered through a circuit breaker, which should be located at the driver's side fuse panel. If you have power at the window connector, likely the window grid may need repair. Toyotas have relays everywhere, but fuses are usually only under the hood in the Power Distribution Box, and at the driver's side fuse panel.
Remove rear door panel, reconnect power window switch, looking at bottom edge of glas you should see two 10mm bolts roll down window until bolts are accessible. Remove bolts and tilt window around 10 degrees top edge out/in. if still to tight to slide out put glass in lowest position and remove window frame weather stripping and it should slide right out the top, careful not to scratch tint.
You Have one fuse for the wipers in the car. Left side of steering wheel and the back cover should list the fuses and location. The other box is located in the engine compartment above the battery. They should list the fuse locations under the compartment covering the fuses. Hope that helps
This isn't so much of a solution as it is an understanding. My rear passenger window just started doing the exact same thing a few weeks ago. I finally had to get black duct tape that matches the color of my car to keep it up. Sorry I couldn't help you more, but would love to find a solution myself.
You have the wires connected to the wrong switches. Just reverse the wires with the door panel off until the correct switch operates the correct window. Also, the entire switch for each window on the driver's side could have been put in the wrong place on the switch pad even if they are correctly wired.
SECTION 501-05: Interior Trim and Ornamentation
2000 Taurus/Sable Workshop Manual
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
Rear Door Trim Panel
Removal and Installation
Remove the rear door trim panel screws.
NOTE: The rear door trim panel has eight two-part pin-type retainers. The male part of the retainer will remain with the trim panel and the female part will remain with the door. NOTE: To release the door trim panel pin-type retainers, first pull outward on the bottom of the door trim panel. Remove the rear door trim panel.
Disconnect the window regulator control switch electrical connector.
Without proper electrical diagnostic equipment and based on the very through description that you gave I would suggest getting a new switch. I say a new switch because on the drivers side the switch is one giant junction block. I have the same vehicle and had my door panel off for some locking issues.
I have attached a link to Ford Direct. The part that you are looking for is Window switch, explorer, 4 door, right