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Old 10-05-2021, 04:10 PM #16
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All this is a good info.
My hatch motor also sometimes quite and just wouldn't pull the hatch into locked position, but also wouldn't release the hatch.
Same time my driver window loses the auto-open/close ability.
And YES, the 30 min disconnected battery reset works and and hatch motor lock works again. But I'm getting tired of having to continuously reseting it and would like to see some more permanent fix.
Is this a sign of rear ECU failing? Do I need to replace it? Any troubleshooting steps?
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hi folks, i am having the same as ukrsindicat above on my 2004 4RunnerSR5. How do we troubleshoot if it is the ECU or the actual motor? would rather not buy both
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Ok so...the rear tailgate ecu.
Unplug the bottom right side plug, power.
Plug it back in.
Then hit the key fob, unlock 2 times.
With the tailgate closed.

Wha La now the switch should work, bam!
I had to replace the rear window when the defroster exploded it a couple weeks ago. While putting the window in, the hatch partially engaged the latch. When I tried to open it, the button is dead. Nothing when unlocking the doors. I have to manually reach in with the window all the say down to release the latch.
I checked the connectors, all good.

I am going to try this in the morning, hope it works!
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I had to replace the rear window when the defroster exploded it a couple weeks ago. While putting the window in, the hatch partially engaged the latch. When I tried to open it, the button is dead. Nothing when unlocking the doors. I have to manually reach in with the window all the say down to release the latch.
I checked the connectors, all good.

I am going to try this in the morning, hope it works!
I couldn't wait. This was easy since I left the interior panel off as I am running a camera wire this weekend.
It worked!!!
Thanks so much! This forum is a great resource!
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I couldn't wait. This was easy since I left the interior panel off as I am running a camera wire this weekend.
It worked!!!
Thanks so much! This forum is a great resource!
Something else.
That rear latch seems to get mucked up over the years.
Cheap to replace the mechanism nowadays too... Under $100.
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All this is a good info.
My hatch motor also sometimes quite and just wouldn't pull the hatch into locked position, but also wouldn't release the hatch.
Same time my driver window loses the auto-open/close ability.
And YES, the 30 min disconnected battery reset works and and hatch motor lock works again. But I'm getting tired of having to continuously reseting it and would like to see some more permanent fix.
Is this a sign of rear ECU failing? Do I need to replace it? Any troubleshooting steps?

Did you figure out what was happening? I am currently having the same problem.


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hi folks, i am having the same as ukrsindicat above on my 2004 4RunnerSR5. How do we troubleshoot if it is the ECU or the actual motor? would rather not buy both

Did you figure out what was going on? I am having the same problem.


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Did you figure out what was happening? I am currently having the same problem.


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Hey, brother. Sorry for late reply.
I did figure it out. It was all in the hatch lock assembly. I replaced it and everything worked just fine
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Something else.
That rear latch seems to get mucked up over the years.
Cheap to replace the mechanism nowadays too... Under $100.
Dang, that's totally affordable. What is the thing called? I'm looking on Claremont Toyota parts diagram and found options.

This one is called "lock assembly with motor B" for $253
2003 Toyota 4Runner SR-5 Sport Edition 4.7L 4WD Lock assembly, with motor b. Body, door - 6911035090 | Claremont Toyota, Claremont CA


this guy did a great job Stuck open or closed rusty Tailgate Latch fix for 2003-2009 Toyota 4Runner - YouTube


Saw this on eBay and the latch is brand new AND it comes with an emergency latch release rope!!!

Toyota 4Runner Avalon Tailgate Latch power Lock Motor Genuine 69110-35090 | eBay
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Dang, that's totally affordable. What is the thing called? I'm looking on Claremont Toyota parts diagram and found options.

This one is called "lock assembly with motor B" for $253
2003 Toyota 4Runner SR-5 Sport Edition 4.7L 4WD Lock assembly, with motor b. Body, door - 6911035090 | Claremont Toyota, Claremont CA


this guy did a great job Stuck open or closed rusty Tailgate Latch fix for 2003-2009 Toyota 4Runner - YouTube


Saw this on eBay and the latch is brand new AND it comes with an emergency latch release rope!!!

Toyota 4Runner Avalon Tailgate Latch power Lock Motor Genuine 69110-35090 | eBay
I bought one of these back in October. Still working as it should and way cheaper.
Amazon.com: Bicos 69110-35090 69110-35062 Rear Tailgate Liftgate Lock Latch Actuator Assembly Compatible with To yota 4Runner 2003-2009 Replacement# 69110-35060 6911035090 : Automotive
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Thanks amigo, even come with its own emergency release rope!!!

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