Re: Driver's window problem
I was having the opposite issue. When the door window was opened it would be slow or stop half way.
What I did was take the door panel off and I found that the gold bolts holding the assembly in were loose. One bolt actually fell out of the hole it was in.
I had to remove the plastic that was covering the door to access the bolts. Do not over tighten the bolts when you are snugging everything up.
I also cut away part of the rubber track on the interior side near the driver's rear view mirror (once you take the door panel off). I removed about 6 inches with a utility knife.
This was a similar issue in my 94 Honda Accord where the rubber gets brittle after a few years and starts to pinch the window and slows it down. I think it was an over engineering design.
I also have a bent door hinge that impedes the window from also opening fully. Toyota Canada wants $130 bucks plus tax. I saw the same part on 1sttoyotaparts for $50. I will remove the hinge tomorrow and leave it until I'm taking my annual trip to PA.
If your switch is working, I bet it's other things like loose bolts, rubber pinching the window or a door hinge getting in the way.
Good luck and let us know how things turn out.
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