If not then I will just order one. This one looks to be a refurb:I just wanted to add my two cents....I had completed the repairs as indicated by others thus far without success. I had power to the motor.
The Fix....I took the motor out of the door and completely apart to find that the brushes brushes had disintegrated and were no longer completing the circuit "within" the motor. Purchased some new brushes and sized them to be the same as the original, put the motor back together and back in the door....FIXED!!!!
I would be this is why the "hitting the motor" or "slamming the door" methods worked. By doing so, it knocked the remaining brush in place to complete the circuit (likely only a temp fix).
Hope this helps out!
Yup, just pulled out my packing slip, and that is the exact one I bought. I saw where that person had disassembled the motor and replaced the brushes, but I don't "play" well with tiny motors.Thanks for the insight Hoopin, since it sounds like the motor is shot anyway I will try this fix before ordering the replacement:
If not then I will just order one. This one looks to be a refurb:
2006 Toyota Sequoia Rear Tailgate Power Window Motor (A1 Cardone Reman) at 1A Auto.com
is that what you used? or is there somewhere else to purchase new?
Also is this a Toyota part or aftermarket?