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Old 12-17-2016, 06:34 PM #16
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does anyone know why the down/up thing works? what is the ECU state prior to that? on my 2007, i can only imagine that its part of the "normalization" process after you replace a battery since that's the only thing that's happened recently to explain the rear washer/wiper not working.

thanks community for helping solve my problem as well
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Had this exact problem the other day, and your answer quickly resolved my issue: was able to keep the snow off the back window on my way home. Thanks!
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Roll the rear window down and then back up, and make sure it's all the way up.
I know this is an old thread but you, sir, are a steely-eyed missile man.

Add me to the list of people you've helped with this quick and easy tip. Buying you a virtual beer...
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Rear wiper and washer issue

Thanks all! Working again!
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Rear window trick is still making dreams come true. Thanks for the continued advice everyone! !
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This thread was a total life saver! I recently cleaned my battery terminals so I think that reset everything and of course, it as raining today and I realize the rear wiper wasn't working. Thought I'd have to swap fuses or take the whole door apart, but luckily I read this first. Totally worked!
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Roll the rear window down and then back up, and make sure it's all the way up.
Thanks so much I was freaking out.
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Woohoo...thanks. wouldn't have thought of that, but it makes sense

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Roll the rear window down and then back up, and make sure it's all the way up.
Excellent advice!! Just solved the same problem, many Thanks!
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Thanks! That did it for me!
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This did not work for me, as my rear window was also inoperative. Somehow the rear wiper blade had gotten jammed against the spoiler while in mid-stroke, and that turned off all functions except the washer pump.

Freeing the tip of the wiper and then cycling the spray/wipe reset it all.
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Thanks guys - worked on my 17 TRDPro too!
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Terrific!

Rolling the rear window down and up worked perfectly! Thanks so much for your posted solution. I had just replaced the battery and thought that I must have blown a fuse. All the fuses looked good. So, I was pretty puzzled. Too much of a coincidence that the rear wiper, rear washer and rear defrost all stopped working right after installing the new battery. 2004 4Runner V8 Limited.
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Wow, that worked like a charm! Neither the rear wiper or rear defrost worked, but rolling the rear window down and then back up fixed it.

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Roll the rear window down and then back up, and make sure it's all the way up.
Second time in 7 years Drmorbius has bailed me out on my 2003 4Runner. I made an account for the occasion. See you again in ~3 years when I again wonder why the rear wiper isnít working.
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