My passenger side window won't roll up or down on the drivers door or the passenger door, what do I do?

Asked by Oct 26, 2014 at 03:38 PM about the 1999 Toyota Tacoma SR5 Ext. Cab

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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1,735

OK starting with the simplest(cheapest) 1) check the power window lock on your control panel(The top most button in the photo) 2) check the fuse panel for a bad fuse 3) check for any cuts or crimping in the wires going from the chassis to the door. 4) from here on its probable you will have to disassemble the drivers door panel and check the switches-connections. Hope this helps, Good Luck

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door over extended window goes half way down

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1,735

Guru2PLB, One likely cause is the window glass is not correctly positioned in the window glass riser ( a metal channel -inside the door cavity- a part of the glass rising mechanical unit ) or the glass is not correctly a lined in its channels. To inspect and correct: remove the inside door panel (the part with the handle and the window control). There are many UTube videos on how to do this-even if they do not show your exact vehicle the principals are the same. find the problem and correct, put the door panel back and enjoy your vehicle.

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