changed battery in 07 Camry, now windows won't go up or down, only drivers door window?

Asked by Oct 14, 2015 at 06:11 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

changed the battery in 07 Camry, now the only window that goes up or down is the driver door, none of the others work, after loosing power to the computer, is there special steps to take after connecting the battery,

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You will have to open and close each window with it's own switch. Start with the drivers door, then the passenger door. Then the drivers rear door, then the passenger rear door. It may be listed in your owners manual under "Normalizing Windows". Don't try it from the master buttons. Use each doors individual switch.

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Make sure the master window switch is turned on so the windows can be controlled from their own switch.

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