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Old 11-09-2018, 06:50 PM #1
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Hey, all. Something odd happened when I got home from work today.

I have a 2019 TRDOR with about 2300 miles on it. I pulled into the driveway and turned the truck off - not all the way because I was listening to the radio. After a couple minutes, I heard what sounded like someone bumping or thumping on the vehicle. Thought it might be someone playing tricks, but nobody was around. I then noticed both of the rear-seat windows were down about an inch. I rolled them up, then back down an inch, and that's likely what I heard.

Has anyone else heard of this happening? Is it a feature to make sure someone doesn't suffocate? Or is it a problem? Or maybe I bumped something? It's cool here in Ohio, and damp. It's been raining lately, but not during my hour-long drive home. So I imagine water could have gotten into something.

Of course, I'll pursue it with the dealership if necessary. Thought I'd check with this vast pool of wisdom first.

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Hey, all. Something odd happened when I got home from work today.

I have a 2019 TRDOR with about 2300 miles on it. I pulled into the driveway and turned the truck off - not all the way because I was listening to the radio. After a couple minutes, I heard what sounded like someone bumping or thumping on the vehicle. Thought it might be someone playing tricks, but nobody was around. I then noticed both of the rear-seat windows were down about an inch. I rolled them up, then back down an inch, and that's likely what I heard.

Has anyone else heard of this happening? Is it a feature to make sure someone doesn't suffocate? Or is it a problem? Or maybe I bumped something? It's cool here in Ohio, and damp. It's been raining lately, but not during my hour-long drive home. So I imagine water could have gotten into something.

Of course, I'll pursue it with the dealership if necessary. Thought I'd check with this vast pool of wisdom first.

Thanks!
I see where the key fob can let you roll down all the windows if programmed properly. Maybe a malfunction in that system?
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Same happened to me

I had the same happened to me today. 2019 TRD Off Road with 2000 miles on it. I went to the store and came back with the back window opened; not great! I have no clue how this could happen.
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To update, it's never happened again. Probably user error.
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I've had the rear hatch window roll down, and noticed that my wallet I keep in my front pocket was responsible and pushing on the button

Let me know if it happens again, there are some oddities with my 2019 TRDOR
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Next to the fuse box there are two circuit breakers, in the middle of the two breakers is a small hole take a tooth pick and push into the hole to reorganize the breaker, if I believe the rear window breaker is nearest to the fuse box?? This should do the trick.
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Why is a breaker bypassing the switch causing the window the roll down?

Might as well make use of my $20 but I can't post the whole diagram here.
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