1994 Toyota Camry Q&A
1994 Toyota Camry Question: Rear right power window does not lower
The rear right power window on my Toyota Camry 94 is failing to lower the window. I just bought a brand new regulator with motor and before replacing the old one I simply tested it by connecting it to the harness and operating the switch. The new regulator operates upward but not downwards. I also tested it with the switch from the other door, which is working fine. So, I believe the problem is neither with the switch nor with the motor/regulator assembly. Any tips would be highly appreciated. - Visitor
it could be back at the main switch at the drivers door or you could have a broken wire in the harness which connects the door to the body a wire dia and test light would help you. - Boston1
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The rear right window on my Toyota Camry 94 is failing to lower (go down). I bought a brand new regulator/motor assembly and before installing it I tested it by connecting the harness and operating...