The power windows and mirrors stop working because of a problem with an electrical junction block—where power from the battery is distributed to that system.
Failed Electrical Junction Block May Cause Power Windows and Mirrors to Stop Working on Toyota Land Cruiser
Average mileage: 157,062 (135,000–193,000)
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The left rear passenger window gets stuck in the open position, or the window moves up very slowly when I try to close it from the drivers controls. Coincidentally, it is the one window I move up and down a lot because that is where my dog Ernie likes to put his head out of the window when we're driving..
Mine are doing the same, all my windows are painfully slow, and sometimes I am not sure they will make it up all the way. Has anyone fixed it them selves? Or taken it in to have fixed $$$$$$$$$$$$$$.
windows don't always role up and down
Driver side window rolled up very slowly then eventually stopped rolling up. Had a fuse replaced when other work was done. I now have the same problem again, it won't roll up. Something is ruining the fuse.
When a lot of rain the alarm goes off and it has something to do with the driver door. Will randomly drain battery overnight.
Windows Real Slow
i changed my power distribution fuses on my 2000 land cruiser and now my headlights and windows do not work.