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#4 of 64 Rear Window Toyota Sequoia 2005 (FIXED)
Aug 13, 2009 (3:11 pm)
Toyota center replaced rear window motor and ecu. part #'s(89222-0c021) (85710-0c070) (90269-05035) set me back $100 from goodwill warranty.
#5 of 64 Rear window toyota sequoia
Aug 14, 2009 (8:18 am)
I have a 2005 limited that I bought new. My rear window has quit as well. You can hear the motor clicking but it does not move! I've had it with electrical issues with this vehicle! I just got thru an ugly battle with the local dealership and Toyota Corp. about a computer issue that the dealership failed to find under warranty. I finally started taking pictures of the lights coming on and was taken seriously. Of course, they finally found it now that is out of warranty and having the "master tech" finally look at it. It could be fixed for $2330! Toyota finally agreed to pay $1500 and the dealership paid $600. This is my first and last Toyota!
#6 of 64 05 sequoia rear door problems
Aug 23, 2009 (4:34 pm)
My rear power window, rear window defrost and rear window wiper don't work. The fuse is ok. The rear window defrost button on the dash does not light up. I believe the window is all the way up. Any ideas what could be wrong? Any help would be most appreciated!
#7 of 64 Re: 05 sequoia rear door problems [cbmorris10]
Aug 24, 2009 (9:24 am)
I think you have a bad ecu and maybe the window motor also. I had new ones installed in mine and now the window rolls down and wiper wipes.
#8 of 64 2002 Sequoia Rear Window Motor Failures
Feb 24, 2010 (1:06 pm)
I also had this problem with my 02 Sequoia at around 32000 miles and no warranty coverage. According to my leasing agency mechanic (who relaced the motor for a mere $538.00) this is a known problem with Sequoias. It is caused by insufficent insulation/baffling that allows water to get into the motor.
#9 of 64 Re: 2002 Sequoia Rear Window Motor Failures [seq200246]
Mar 10, 2010 (12:05 pm)
Toyota is aware of this problem but not done a recall. Instead they've taken money hand over fist in doing repairs. See the Technical Service Bulletin June 14, 2006, "Back Door Power Window Inoperative." http://www.justanswer.com/uploads/skyvisions/2008-02-25_151840_01_seq.pdf , the repair cost me $500. When I contacted Toyota Corporate about why this was not recall covered no response to multiple inquiries. A class action suit may be all Toyota understands. It was the windows then and the accelerators today.
#10 of 64 Re: 04 sequoia rear door problems
Mar 13, 2010 (10:26 am)
Have the same problem with my 04 my rear power window, rear window defrost and rear window wiper don't work. The fuse is ok. The rear window defrost button on the dash does not light up.Some one said something about bad ECU?Sorry do not know what that is. Could I replace it myself or do I have to go to the dealer. Any info would be great. Thanks
#11 of 64 New Motor and ECU is what you need I think.
Mar 14, 2010 (6:10 am)
#12 of 64 ECU or motor
Apr 24, 2010 (1:15 pm)
I am wondering if anyone has comments regarding what causes the rear defrost, window wiper, and rear window not to work. It seems that if all three fail (as is my case), no power should get through. What has me puzzled is the click that can be heard when you hit the window switch. To me this indicates the motor is getting power and just needs to be replaced. Can a faulty motor stop power from getting to the other two items? Or is the click actually coming from the ECU, not the motor. I have a hard time telling.
Thanks for all the info folks. It has been a great help.
#13 of 64 Re: ECU or motor [jtj]
Jun 20, 2010 (9:05 am)
Had the same problem. Dealer replaced ecu and motor. All is good now.