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Re: Windows in 1999 Camery
Check for power to the master switch on the driver's door. Anywhere on the connector. If there is no power at the connector, check for a broken wire coming thru the lf kick panel into the door. If there is power, replace the master switch
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HI there is one fuse for all the windows . check the window switches. main switch on driver side and the passenger side if window works with main switch .then you have bad switch on passenger side .but if nothing works .it is the window motor
The fuse is not immediately visible when you remove the coin tray, but it IS in the same fuse box. Now look to the right of the large group of fuses in the main panel, behind the A/C air duct. You should see 3 square fuses, 2 green and one pink. The pink fuse is in the middle between the green ones and is your power window and door lock fuse. now if your talking about the switch its the entire assembly where you operate ur windows on the driver side door.
The relays are pretty fool proof--not like fuses where they have different amperages. Switching fuses or relays will not drain the battery. OK, so you have a new battery and alternator, right? And the car is not starting? And you think it's because the battery has drained? Is anything else not working right now? I can send you some troubleshooting steps, but I want to be clear on what the current circumstances are.
Measure the voltage at the big wire on the altenator engine off, do you have power? Check in your distribution box under hood, find the two rows of fuses located inside the box on the outer edge, look at the outside row from front to rear the 4th fuse (# 11/ 20 AMP fuse), is for the altenator field, make sure this fuse is not blown, if it is good and you have battery power on the big wire at the altenator, then replace the altenator. Hope this helps, let me know.