I finally caved in and joined the forum. I thank you for the useful information I have gotten from here in the past.
I have searched and searched but came up with no solutions:
I purchased my 2004 Tundra in September after coming back from my deployment. All has been pretty solid and I have been generally happy. Yesterday in Montana, we got some sort of freak snow storm that dumped 8 inches on us. By today, all 8 inches melted. 3 days ago, my rear windows worked fine (the two sides and the one rear.) Today they do not roll up or down.
I changed out PWR1 PWR2 PWR3 and PWR4 fuses (determining that power 2 seemed to be the rear window fuse) and my windows all worked again for about 1 minute. The fuses do not look blown, but I replaced them again. This time, the windows do not roll down like before.
From the Drivers side switch, I hear clicking in the two side rear windows if i try to roll them down, but not on the rear "tailgate" window. If i try to roll down the rear windows from the back, I do not hear clicking.
Yesterday I heard a bunch of clicking coming from the fuse area. It sounded just like the window relay? sounds when you hit the saftey lock window button.
I am at a loss what may be causing this and I would love to take it to toyota (I trust them and respect them) but I just don't have the money as a poor Airman LOL.
Can anyone give me pointers or suggestions on what could be the problem?
The Cisco Kid!:apc: