I have a '92 Camry, so it may or may not be exactly similar. To remove the window controls, you must remove the door panel since it is screwed onto it from the inside. I have a plastic fastener removal tool to help pry off the embrittled plastic fasteners and also some plastic screw head caps on the panel face. For my '92, there are two plastic fasteners on the edge of the panel near the door strike. To remove them, push in the center part about 1/8" then use a tool to pull it out. The Phillips screws on the bottom edge of the panel only hold the map pocket in place. No need to remove those. Pop off the plastic head covers on the panel face, under the armrest and at the top of the handgrab. One last hidden screw lies behind the red door light in the armrest. Now the panel is only held by plastic snap fasteners and the door open handle bezel. Remove the bezel by pulling on the opening handle all the way back then with a small flat-blade screwdriver, push in between the handle and the bezel near the bottom then down to disengage the lower clip tang. Tug or pry on the bottom of the bezel while doing this. It should pop off. Then push up on the bezel to disengage the upper tang. Finally, push the bezel left and pull the left side of the bezel out to disengage the last big retaining tang on the back side. Try to be gentle since it will be brittle being 10 years old. But if it does crack, you can repair it with epoxy. After the bezel is removed, run the fastener tool around the edges, prying loose the panel from the door until it is just hanging by the upper lip. Push it up and lift it off. Then disconnect the door light and window/lock control connectors. The panel should now be free of the door. The window/lock control is held in place by screws and a retaining clip. !
On the drivers door armrest has the window lock switch been pressed on the left side ? If it has , then only the drivers door switches operate the power windows . Press the right side of the window lock switch
First prise up and remove the door armrest to the rear of the window switch and then prise up the complete window switch panel (including padded area) FRONT EDGE FIRST. Continue to lift and prise from the front edge until the panel can be pulled forward so the tab on the rear edge can slide out from under the armrest frame.
You can find the window relay switch inside of the drivers side door. You will need to remove the drivers side door panel in order to access the window relay switch.
You can find the 1994 Pontiac Firebird window relay switch inside of the drivers side door. You will need to remove the drivers side door panel in order to access the window relay switch.
Has the power window lock switch on the drivers door armrest been switched on ?
The 1998 VW Jetta drivers side power window relay switch can be found inside of the drivers side door. You will need to remove the drivers side door panel in order to access the power window relay switch.
Remove the decorative cover to the window switch panel. Remove the window switch retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the window switch. Reverse the process to install the new window switch.
There are 2 armrest pads on the left door panel- the smaller armrest to the rear and one towards the front which contains the master window and door lock switch. It contains 6 toggle switches for the 4 windows, the master door lock switch, and the lock out for the other 3 windows. Pull the smaller rear armrest from the end towards the rear of the car up until the clip releases. Then pull it back so the front tang releases. Then pull the front of the front armrest with the master switch up until the clip releases and then forward to release the rear tang. You can then release the electrical connector from the underside of the master switch. If you want to remove the switch from the pad, there are 4 Phillips screws on the underside.
REMOVE AND REPLACE SWITCH AND CRIMP THE CONNECTOR TO THE SWITCH.
The 1991 Toyota Corolla power window relay switch is located inside of the drivers side door. You will need to remove the drivers side door panel in order to access the relay switch.
remove the door panel then remove the switch which is secured at one closest to the front end by a Philips screw into a gold retainer
The 1998 Ford Explore power window relay switch can be found in the drivers side door. You will need to remove the door panel in order to access the switch.
The 1997 Cadillac power window relay switch can be found inside of the drivers side door. You will need to remove the inside door panel in order to access the power window relay switch.
The drivers window switch on the master switch energizes a solenoid for the express down feature of the drivers window. The solenoid deenergizes when the window bottoms out causing the thermal overload in the window motor to open. A spring in the solenoid is supposed to break the open circuit and provide power to the close circuit when deenergized. Sometimes the spring gets weak or the solenoid plunger is sticky preventing powering the close circuit. Removing the door panel and diaassembling the master switch is not a DIY. I have had success banging on the arm rest adjacent to the master switch to get the spring to make the close circuit. My guess is the rear window switch gets its power from the same movable contact as the drivers window switch.
Often the plug in connector at the drivers side switch can becaome loose and break the connection. Remove the switch and check this.
try removing switch, and jumping the wires, this should raise window with out pulling door apart
remove master switch from door. remove wire harness from back of switch. with a jumper wire brige wires until window raises. then buy new master switch and replace
If you mean the extra switch on the drivers side power window control it cuts power to the passenger side window switch. Handy if you have kids.
The 1997 Lincoln one touch window relay switch can be found inside of the drivers side door. You will need to remove the door panel in order to access the relay switch.
To remove the drivers side window and regulator, you will need to remove the door panel from the door. Then you can unbolt the regulator and window to remove them.
get a new window switch
See the link here to learn how to remove the window switch assembly (steps 1-3)... http://www.autoclinix.com/Mercury/Front%20Speakers2.htm
It is the complete switch. Just remove the switch by removing the cap (locking pins) with 2 flat screw drivers. Cost of the entire switch 100 - 120 $CAD
Remove the 1997 Chevrolet Suburban drivers side door panel. The window mechanism will be visible. Place the new window into the window track. Secure the window to the track.