Question about 1995 Toyota Camry
Sounds like worn out motors pulling lots of amps to do the job in all thee cases, especially if the other windows are okay.
You can, if you're patient and cool, ( or know somebody who is...) swap the left rear window motor with the driver window motor.
My left rear was factory-new because nobody ever rode back there.
You have to use a motor from the same side, and the driver motor has to go into the left rear door
because it keeps the window up.
Be patient, take your time, allot and allow a complete day to do it and when it's done write a check to yourself. You'd have to write it to somebody, right???
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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