how do I remove the window harness on the drivers side of a 1987 toyota camry le

Asked by Aug 08, 2014 at 11:19 PM about the 1997 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a broken wire in my harness because of door closing for over 25 years. I need to remove
the harness so I can check all the wires for breakage. How do I get the harness through the
door jam hole to inspect the wires.
any thoughts?

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I think- 1) what exactly is the problem? 2) you want to check for a faulty wire but you assume one is "broken" 3) I would not try to remove all the wires just to find a short 4) a test light could save you a lot of trouble 5) wow, this is too much thinkin' too early in the morning

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If you haven't figured it out yet, I would just look where the huge wire harness comes out of the back of the door. Typically, you peel back the rubber boot, and start examining each wire. That is usually where the break occurs. What exactly is not working?

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Hey Reelin68: I did just that. It was the blue power wire. Now I have everything working. Thanks again for the help. Ikagan

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