2001 CAMRY FRONT WINDOW SWITCH

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Old 08 Mar 2006, 12:58 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2001 CAMRY FRONT WINDOW SWITCH

When testing a main window switch to a toyota camry 2001 driver side, It
shorted and burned a trace on the lagic board. I have purchased another
switch. I have no luck with the windows doing anything. The door lock
will lock and then let up from the switch it goes back to unlock. Could
it be a window relay? My manual does not should a window relay or fuse in
the electric fuse box. Any help please..
rick marion

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Old 08 Mar 2006, 02:26 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: 2001 CAMRY FRONT WINDOW SWITCH

I don't know about your Camry but most cars have 2 sets of fuses. Small
ones are in the car and explained in the owners manual. Larger ones are in
a box under the hood and their labels are in the top cover of the box.


"swampfox60" <kf4jum1@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> When testing a main window switch to a toyota camry 2001 driver side, It
> shorted and burned a trace on the lagic board. I have purchased another
> switch. I have no luck with the windows doing anything. The door lock
> will lock and then let up from the switch it goes back to unlock. Could
> it be a window relay? My manual does not should a window relay or fuse in
> the electric fuse box. Any help please..
> rick marion
>



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