Toyota 4Runner manuals

Toyota 4Runner: Inspection

INSPECTION

PROCEDURE

1. INSPECT REAR POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY LH

(a) Check that the motor gear rotates smoothly as follows.

NOTICE:

Do not apply positive (+) battery voltage to any terminals except terminal 2 (B) to avoid damaging the pulse sensor inside the motor.

OK:

Measurement Condition

Specified Condition

  1. Connect the positive (+) battery terminal to terminal 2 (B), and connect the negative (-) battery cable to terminal 1 (GND), and keep them connected for 3 seconds or more.
  2. With terminals 2 (B) and 1 (GND) connected to the battery, connect the negative (-) battery terminal to terminal 10 (UP).
  3. Disconnect and reconnect the negative (-) battery terminal to terminal 10 (UP) within 1 second.

Motor gear rotates clockwise (Up)

  1. Connect the positive (+) battery terminal to terminal 2 (B), and connect the negative (-) battery terminal to terminal 1 (GND), and keep them connected for 3 seconds or more.
  2. With terminals 2 (B) and 1 (GND) connected to the battery, connect the negative (-) battery terminal to terminal 7 (DOWN).
  3. Disconnect and reconnect the negative (-) battery terminal to terminal 7 (DOWN) within 1 second.

Motor gear rotates counterclockwise (Down)

  • If the result is not as specified, replace the rear power window regulator motor assembly.

CAUTION:

Reset the power window regulator motor (initialize the pulse sensor) after installing the power window regulator motor and regulator assembly to the door.

Text in Illustration

*a

Motor Gear

*b

Clockwise

*c

Counterclockwise


2. INSPECT REAR POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY RH

(a) Check that the motor gear rotates smoothly as follows.

NOTICE:

Do not apply positive (+) battery voltage to any terminals except terminal 2 (B) to avoid damaging the pulse sensor inside the motor.

OK:

Measurement Condition

Specified Condition

  1. Connect the positive (+) battery terminal to terminal 2 (B), and connect the negative (-) battery terminal to terminal 1 (GND), and keep them connected for 3 seconds or more.
  2. With terminals 2 (B) and 1 (GND) connected to the battery, connect the negative (-) battery terminal to terminal 10 (UP).
  3. Disconnect and reconnect the negative (-) battery terminal to terminal 10 (UP) within 1 second.

Motor gear rotates counterclockwise (Up)

  1. Connect the positive (+) battery terminal to terminal 2 (B), and connect the negative (-) battery terminal to terminal 1 (GND), and keep them connected for 3 seconds or more.
  2. With terminals 2 (B) and 1 (GND) connected to the battery, connect the negative (-) battery terminal to terminal 7 (DOWN).
  3. Disconnect and reconnect the negative (-) battery terminal to terminal 7 (DOWN) within 1 second.

Motor gear rotates clockwise (Down)

  • If the result is not as specified, replace the rear regulator motor assembly.

CAUTION:

Reset the power window regulator motor (initialize the pulse sensor) after installing the power window regulator motor and regulator assembly to the door.

Text in Illustration

*a

Motor Gear

*b

Clockwise

*c

Counterclockwise


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