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1996 Camry LE window/door problems

Old 05-07-2011, 01:26 PM
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Exclamation 1996 Camry LE window/door problems

Hi I had a quick question about my 1996 Toyota Camry LE. My windows have problems rolling down and they all do it in different spots. So on my driver side it will roll down my window/my passenger window. On the passenger side it won't roll down the window and on the back driver seat it rolls down and the back passenger it can roll down. (I hope that wasn't too confusing) Does anyone know why I can't roll down the back windows from my side but they can roll it down and why the passenger window won't roll down from its seat. I was thinking maybe it is the fuse? Any help would be appreciated, also extra kudos to someone who can tell me why I can't unlock my doors from my driver side but can be unlocked on the passenger? I know im asking a lot of questions but anyones opinion/experiences are welcomed. Thanks so much

Also the window outside my passenger door should be able to be controlled with a power switch on my side but when I go to adjust it nothing happens. But if I try to adjust the window on my side it works fine?
Old 05-07-2011, 04:14 PM
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A place to check is the wiring between the drivers door and chassis. This wiring fails due to flexing and can result in problems as you describe.
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