power windows not working on 99 corolla LE, its not the switch control, that has been replaced, what about the motor?

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Asked by Sep 19, 2013 at 03:01 PM about the 1999 Toyota Corolla LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

power windows not working on 99 corolla LE, its not the switch control, that has been replaced, what about the motor?  any suggestions what to try?

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is it just the one side?

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frequently the wire will flex...again...and again...and again until it makes no conductivity at all...test the wire harness or replace it would be my first "usual suspect"~

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it is all windows...the fuses are fine and the switch was replaced...

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...okay I'm going to go out on a limb here and tell you that you've got insufficient ground....low amperage to the motor...so much so it will not run....what you must do is get a new battery because five is a grandpa with these new tin/antimony alloy batteries (no LEAD no mo) then with a coarse wirebrush undo the end of the black cable that attaches to the fender/chassis/ground and wirebrush the lug till shiny...and the chassis too so that three hundred cold cranking amps can get through (and the stinkin 12 amps the window motors are trying to draw)....put your ground right with a fresh battery and all should be smiles~ :)

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...and sunshine (if in FLA, or CA)

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have you tried the power window relay ?

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ya got me shoppin' wlogan~

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Would like where can i find the of fuse of my toyota corolla 98 lovelife..

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