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Hello everyone.


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?

Thanks!

The Cisco Kid!:apc:
 

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You live in Great Falls?
Did the clicking sound in the fuse panel area start on its own, or was it when you were pushing the switches? Try switching the rear window relay(s) with one you know is working. It sounds like it may just be a loose harness somewhere in the back since the front driver side switches click the relay but the rear ones don't.
 

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You live in Great Falls?
Did the clicking sound in the fuse panel area start on its own, or was it when you were pushing the switches? Try switching the rear window relay(s) with one you know is working. It sounds like it may just be a loose harness somewhere in the back since the front driver side switches click the relay but the rear ones don't.

Johnny, I do live in Great Falls. Are you up this way also? I am assuming the relay for each window is within the door itself and I should just be able to remove the door panel and find them? It will be a few days but I will do that and see what happens. The popping did just start on it's own, and I actually think that it may have been tripped by a linear amplifier for CB radio hooked to my setup. Though the amp is grounded and plugs straight into the battery. That's the only thing I was fiddiling with at the time of the incident.

Thanks again.

The Cisco Kid
 

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I'm in Great Falls too. I just went and looked at mine. The relays are mounted in front of the window switches in the back doors. Pull out the ashtrays and you can remove that trim piece. Check ALL your fuses first. Double check the wiring on your CB amp also. I would look closely at the area where you heard the clicking from. It is probably a power problem between the fuse panel and rear doors, rather than bad relays.
 

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greetings, my toyota tundra 2004 I stop working the back windows and the back glass verify the fuses but I did not find any bad .. someone can help me
 
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