Passenger side power windows not working.

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Asked by Sep 21, 2013 at 09:53 PM about the 2006 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have Toyota 2006 Camry. All of a sudden all the passengers windows stopped working.
Driver side windows work. Any suggestions. Please help.

8 Answers

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Is your window lock button pressed on the drivers door?

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did they both stop working at the exact same time ? won't work from the master switch nor the switch on the respective doors ?

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All three stopped working at the same time except for the driver seat switch. Won't operate from either master switch or switches on respective doors. Thanks a lot guys.

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@dandyoun, yeah lock button was pressed :).... I didn't notice it..

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So you got them working?

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Same question. Passengers door window won't move up or down. 2000 cambry

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Mine don't do nothing no matter what

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2006 Toyota solara, passenger window quit working. drivers window works, safety switch doesn't make a difference, both door locks work fine.. does anyone know if there is a reset for it ? or does the motors just go out that quick ?

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