glad you got it worked out, when this happens you will notice you cant open the door with the key or use the window down feature as this rod has to be connected. its kind of cheesy design because the rod doesnt have any retainer to hold it in the plastic link.Sport Driver you nailed it! The dealer found this after three attempts. It was exactly what you said. Thanks and good job figuring it out!
Actually, the window down feature (if you mean the button lever on the door control panel) works in my case. And if the rod was not in place, I'm not sure why the window does not have this problem all the time. In my case, the window retracts after I remove the key from the ignition...but very infrequently. But I can compare the driver's side and passenger side as you suggest and see what's what. Thanks.glad you got it worked out, when this happens you will notice you cant open the door with the key or use the window down feature as this rod has to be connected. its kind of cheesy design because the rod doesnt have any retainer to hold it in the plastic link.
I’m having the same problem with my driver window,going to try this after I get off work today and see if it fixes it.I had this same problem,it was an easy fix. open your door you will see a black plastic plug near the door handle. pry it out with a small screwdriver shine a flashlight in the hole you will see a red plastic connecting link that should have metal rod with a 90 degree bend sticking through it.. take the plug out of the passenger side door and compare the two. now take a stiff wire and bend a hook on the end and carefully lift the rod back in place.you may have to push it back in the hole with a slender screwdriver while lifting it with the wire. also leave the key in the lock and have someone turn it slowly to help line up. i think this happens from slamming the door to hard. mine hasnt happened again since fixing. you could probably fix this easier by removing the door panel. but i didnt feel comfortable with all the clips.
Same problem here. But Linkage appears not to be the issue. Nothing is disconnected. There is a blue wire not connected to the window switch, though.I’m having the same problem with my driver window,going to try this after I get off work today and see if it fixes it.
My wife and I just got a 03 Sequoia last year. The previous owner had put a Viper system in it and when it gets cold or damp outside the front two windows and sunroof window will open on theire own. We thought that the Viper system was the issue but I have since removed the Viper and it still happens. We have got to in plug the controls from the door to keep the windows from going down over night. It is really getting on my last nerve. Any ideas?I'm not sure, interesting....