where abouts is fuse for passenger side window

Asked by Oct 12, 2013 at 07:11 AM about the Toyota Celica

Question type: General

the window wont go up or down i know where fusebox is inside car but not which one or what amp is required. Please somebody help thank-you ps its the 25th anniversary model

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Most power windows today don't have a fuse for circuit protection, they have a circuit breaker, if the other windows work then I doubt that it is a fuse/CB problem. If the window is stuck down try this: turn on the key, have someone hold the window button up as you slam the door, sometimes that will jar the brushes in the motor just enough to make it work maybe 1 more time just make sure they hold the button until the window is all the way up. if the window is already up then you will need to remove the door panel and check for power and grounds to the motor and switch, I have seen the wiring break in the tunnel from body to door but the motors usually fail first.

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