2006 Corolla Window Problems

Asked by Nov 27, 2010 at 04:36 PM about the 2006 Toyota Corolla CE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2006 Toyota Corolla CE with power windows.  The windows were all working fine until a couple of days ago.  I rolled the drivers window down to get a coffee and it wouldn't roll back up.  Now none of the windows work, I have tried everything I can think of to get the window back up.  I have even researched the wiring diagram and tried to manualy bypass the switch and the motor still will not operate.  Any ideas on how I can get the window rolled up?

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If all the windows are not working then it must be a trip or bad breaker and or fuse causing the problem, but it could have been a bad motor drawing to many amps on the drivers window that caused the whole issue. If the drivers window is shorted and causing problem you can unplug window motor and make sure breaker and fuse are good, then the other windows will work again. Then the motor would need replaced for window to go up if this bee the case.

replace the main window switch on drivers doot,it controls all the windows,if it is just the driver window that dont work bad motor,if none work like said replace switch on driver door,5 min job.

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there is a fuse under the driver kick panel im sure youve looked but its not in that little box its acually next to it... there are two 40a fuses and a 30a fuse the 30a is conetted to the windows in some way its also liked to the radio so if you are playing your music to loud/ have over powered speakers and you roll up or down your widow it kills the power... hope this helps

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I have a similiar problem wit my 2002 corolla, after some reasearch I came across some note about the ECU, basically if at some point you removed the battery then it resets the ECU and most times disables the back windows

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I have a 2002 Toyota corolla. I put a new motor in driver side window. Window went down and never came back up. It has a auto button also.rest of the other windows are working.

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