The drivers side window on my 1995 Toyota Forerunner stopped working today. What kind of fuse and where is the fuse panel located?

Asked by Jan 06, 2017 at 04:20 PM about the 1995 Toyota 4Runner 4 Dr SR5 V6 SUV

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The power window buttons on the driver side no longer operate the driver
side window nor the passenger side window. I'm assuming its a fuse problem.
what fuse should i use to replace it and where do I install it?

4 Answers


Do any of the other Windows work from thier own switches? If so its not a fuse, could be a main switch problem, wiring in the tunnel between the drivers door and the body, fuses are located in the engine compartment and are marked what they are for on the lid of the fuse box.

The buttons on the driver's panel for the 2 rear windows work. The button on the passenger side front window work. And the rear windows passenger buttons work. but I can't put down the driver's side window or the passenger side window with the buttons on the driver's panel


Then it's like I stated either the main switch has went bad or there is damage in the wiring, usually in the tunnel.


If any rain has gotten into the panel on the driver's door that could keep the buttons from working. The way it sounds from the discussion is that the buttons in that panel are the problems. In my 92 4Runner I left the driver window down a few to many times and had the windows go up and down on their own once... oops!

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