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Could you help me?

After changing the battery, the window on the driver's side of my car no longer works and remains stuck in the up position. This is a 2005 Toyota Corolla car.

I have read a few articles that suggest performing a reset with the glass up and down manipulation. But I can't do it since the window is stuck at the top. I noticed that the "auto" light on the control switch flashes if I press for a few seconds and releas. It flashes only when i remove my finger.

Thank you in advance.
 

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How to reset after battery change.


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Thank you very much for your reply.

I Can't do this procedure because the drivers windows doesn't work manually. It stop in the up position juste after battery replacement.
 

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I would check the fuse for the power windows. Look in your owners manual. I don't remember the fuse number, but it's tied into other circuits. Headlight and tail lights I believe, but yours is international model, so may be different than US model.
 

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I will check. But i think that if it's a fuse problem, It should affect also the other three windows. Because i have this problem only for the driver window.
I find in a wiring diagram in the internet that the four windows have one power fuse of 30A. However, each motor have an internal circuit breaker.
 
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