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Old 10-22-2018, 06:08 PM #31
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I installed a new head unit in my 4Runner and now the back window wont roll down with the key. Before putting in the new head unit I could put my key into the lock the hatch and turn and hold it on either side and it would roll up and down, but after the new stereo that function no longer works. So my question is does the wiring of the back window have anything to do with the stock radio?
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I installed a new head unit in my 4Runner and now the back window wont roll down with the key. Before putting in the new head unit I could put my key into the lock the hatch and turn and hold it on either side and it would roll up and down, but after the new stereo that function no longer works. So my question is does the wiring of the back window have anything to do with the stock radio?
helps to say what year 4runner you have, but no the window wiring doesn't usually run behind the radio. Hard to say what previous owners have hacked up though
does it work from the switch on your center console? both 1st and 2nd gens have the switch there. Did you remove the center console and run any speaker or amp wiring along the tunnel?

How were your fuses?

Is it possible you have the power window lock on? if so it won't roll down (not sure if that is true for using the key)
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helps to say what year 4runner you have, but no the window wiring doesn't usually run behind the radio. Hard to say what previous owners have hacked up though
does it work from the switch on your center console? both 1st and 2nd gens have the switch there. Did you remove the center console and run any speaker or amp wiring along the tunnel?

How were your fuses?

Is it possible you have the power window lock on? if so it won't roll down (not sure if that is true for using the key)
I have a 2000, but the power window lock is not turned on, and it works from the button in the center of the dash. The previous owner had it wired for subs and an amp but there was no wiring running along the tunnel. Itís not that big of a deal I was just wondering if the radio had anything to do with the radio.
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I have a 2000, but the power window lock is not turned on, and it works from the button in the center of the dash. The previous owner had it wired for subs and an amp but there was no wiring running along the tunnel. Itís not that big of a deal I was just wondering if the radio had anything to do with the radio.
might wanna post this in the 3rd gen folder
this one covers 84-95
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This is an old thread but I had a problem with my window not rolling down from the button on the console in my '88. It turned out the rear wiper hadn't returned all the way up. I adjusted it, and it may have been coincidence but I haven't had another issue in 6 months.
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I had this issue with my '88 a few years ago. When using the key, if I banged my fist on the tailgate, it would work sometimes. I had one of our techs check it out (I work at a Toyota dealership), to no avail. The problem went away on it's own...
A year or so later, the problem returned. I had a different tech check it out...he found that the plug to the motor wasn't fully clicked into place. Haven't had a problem since.
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Rear window

Does anyone here experience this, my 4th gen 4runner rearwindow only rolls down6" inches but it goes up...It wont go all the way down.
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Does anyone here experience this, my 4th gen 4runner rearwindow only rolls down6" inches but it goes up...It wont go all the way down.
Sorry, wrong forum. You'll have better luck posting on 4th gen forum.
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^^^not my picture, but this is how I jumpered my back window on my 87' ...no more problems. This is the plug that goes to the up/down switch in the console. The jumper bypasses all the safety switches, so if the top is off or the tailgate is down it will still operate, but that doesn't really bother me, it's pretty common sense not to mess with the window in those situations.
Thank you, thank you, thank you. Made for a very quick fix. This is why I'm here.
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