You probably have a bad window switch (someone else wrote)
I have a 1990 Toyota Camry DX with power windows and locks. The series of car run from 1987,1988,1989,1990,1991. I prefer the crank windows. This is my 3rd Toyota of this series. AND...
I wish the window switch would be that easy... maybe on some but not the one I have. It is the rear passenger window. It would go down but not up. So I thought that I would get a used MASTER window switch. But that one could be bad also... how do I know. The tests that I ran were to find out if the wires that were going to the widow switch were getting power. (Using a multimeter-12volts) I would press down on the Master switch to see if there was any power coming through. I would have power on one wire but not on the other. Before I even started this, I pulled out the window motor and tested it by connecting a wire to the battery of the car to see if it would go up and down by switching the wires from positive to negative and vise-versa. So I am still waiting to find a used 'WORKING' Master window switch to swap and find out if it works or not. If a good one doesn't work... IT HAS TO BE A GROUNDED/SHORTED or cut off wire somewhere along the path of the one wire. The MASTER SWITCH is fairly complicated. I have taken it apart to test and see if there was anything that may have broken/severed/blown up BUT found nothing significant. I tried using logic by the process of elimination and that's why I'm thinking that it is the MASTER window switch. Did you ever try and buy a new one? Did you ever look at the cost of a new one? It seems to be worth more than the car. W
Will a 1998 Toyota Camry motor fit in a 1999 Toyota Camry
No, it will not.
Yes. Both Toyota and Camry are proper nouns (brand name and model).
Check the fuel filter and catalatic convertor.
Have had the same problem in the mornings or when the engine is cold. I suspect the power steering belt is slipping.
That would depend on many things. The year of your Toyota Camry, engine size, and how you drive.
I would assume it would be a Toyota Corolla, Toyota Camry, or Honda Civic
to my knowledge there is no power steering filter i would check my power steering fluid level
You should use Toyota brand, but any auto parts store would be glad to help you choose the correct one.
I have a 97 Toyota Camry and was told it would be anywhere from $1000 to $1600 depending on whether I wanted top of the line struts or not.
Both cars should have same kind of engine: either 4 cylinder or 6 cylinder.