Question about 2002 Toyota RAV4
Hi, there is only one relay for all of the windows, so that is not the problem. The likely problem is the switch. I recommend you test the switch using an ohmmeter.
In the case of the door lock, that problem may be a failed lock motor. I recommend you apply power directly to the lock motor to see if it works. If it does, check the switch. If not, replace the motor.
Posted on Aug 18, 2011
Jeff, Thank you so much, as for the door lock motor it was mechanical problem inside the motor mechanical part, it was fixed easy even after I bought new motor. my window is still doing the same thing, switches are working, I exchanged the whole switch with my 03 RAV4 and it worked what I didn't try is exchanging the power window motor which is a half day project but from what I see, some kind of regulator is not functioning right I am not sure if it is the actual mechanical window regulator or Electric volt regulator which could be "Relay" since you mentioned that there is only one relay for all the windows I don't think that's a case so I will try to remove the mechanical regulator and the motor and try. Will get back with result.
Posted on Nov 10, 2011
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