Could a fuse be the problem with the rear window that won't roll up or down?

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Asked by May 29, 2015 at 12:09 PM about the 2000 Toyota Corolla CE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The rear window on my 2000 Toyota Corolla rolled down about an inch. Then it wouldn't
budge. Could the problem be a fuse?

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Maybe. Does it work from neither switch on that door and driver's door?

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Neither switch will operate the Window.

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Neither switch will operate th window.

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Wait, no. I have been looking for an image of the fuse box but can't find the right one. But Page 234 fuse #18 you can see it. http://www.toyota.com/t3Portal/document/om/OM12718U/pdf/omsource/2000om/00coroll/8.pdf

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So the problem is either the motor in the door or the mechanism. You are going to have to pull door panel and have a look. If you have a multi-meter all the better...to see if power is getting to motor. But it's not fuse. That fuse supplies power to power locks also click to size up

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79YhzWl378A

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If you open door and put a hand on both sides of glass will it go up, than fall back down...or stay up...or not move at all?

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Stays up.

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From http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/131-8th-generation-1998-2002/304530-2002-power-window-not-working.html The thread is this: "Window will come down slightly, then sticks. In order to raise it back up, necessary to do so by hand." Then " Sounds like the classic window regulator issue End quote. But if you go to that page there is a long essay by somebody that sounds like the know what he's talking about.

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Good deal... thanks for the 'best click', and I was just going to suggest you watch that right away. I did and learned a lot.

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