Toyota Camry owners have reported 57 problems related to power window (under the visibility category).
The contact owns a 2006 Toyota Camry solara. While driving approximately 30 mph, the contact smelled smoke and the front passenger side window opened independently. The contact discovered that the window control on the front driver side door was melting down into the door. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic for diagnostic testing. The technician stated that the power window master switch assembly needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 173,000.
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2007 Toyota Camry. Consumer writes in regards to power window recall notice. The consumer stated after learning about the recall on October 11, 2012, she didn't receive the notice, until November 30, 2012.
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2007 Toyota Camry. Consumer writes in regards to dissatisfactory repair work on vehicles power window unit and doors. The consumer stated prior to his visit to the dealer, the automatic door locks worked fine on the driver and rear doors. Upon reaching work a few hours later after the recall repair, three of the doors would not lock. The consumer returned to the dealer and an inspection revealed all three actuators were dead. The consumer was informed it would cost$ 1,800 to fix. The dealer stated it was a coincidence that the door locks stopped working after the recall was performed on the power window unit.
2003 Toyota Camry. Consumer writes in regards to accessory outlet(cigarette lighter) and rear windows not working. The consumer stated when the vehicle was returned to her, she was informed the cigarette lighter had a short and had been fixed. She was also told the right rear window motor was burned out and would need to be replaced. The two front windows were working. The consumer declined the repairs for the window. However, the next week, the passenger window stopped working. A few weeks later, she received a notice in the mail, in which a recall had been issued for a faulty window control button on the driver's door, but for the 2006 models. The consumer stated one day it rained, and after it stopped, the windows started to work again.
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On August 24th , 2012, around 4:34pm, I was traveling in my 2007 Toyota Camry on ridge road in dayton NJ. All of a sudden I smell something like burning plastic,seconds later I observed smoke coming from the driver side power-window switch. I managed to pull over safely and as soon as I jumped out of the vehicle, a small flame appeared from the power window switch. While calling 911 for help, I managed to put the fire out with a gallon of tide detergent I have in my trunk before dayton fire department arrived. I am not sure if Toyota is aware of this problem and I don't where to lodge my complain. The is currently at dch collision center waiting for the insurance company to inspect.
My 2009 Toyota Camry had a window switch failure. On the main switch assembly, the switch button that controls the passenger's windows partially melted due to an apparent short. This could potentially have resulted in a fire, hence this report. Please add this complaint in your current investigation about this specific manufacturing defect and will appreciate any updates on this investigation.
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On Saturday August 11 2012 I was driving about 25 mph then I smelled smoke, seconds later I saw smoke coming out of the driver side door by the power window switch. I pulled over and disconnected the battery then I took the door apart and observed the actual window switch melted. I disconnected the power window switch and was able to safely drive home safely and are currently waiting for tomorrow Monday as the Toyota dealer service department is not open on Sunday's. Now im not able to open or close the windows but at least I prevented my car from catching on fire.
My 2007 Camry door on fires when I drove on the street. Last evening (5-28-12)around 4:30pm. A lot smoke coming out from the driver side door and my power window master switch on the door burn out and broken immediately. I was so scary, then I parked my car on the streetside and I called puente hills Toyota for help (because I bought the car from them,) I spoke to manager[xxx] regarding the incident but they said they can do nothing, the service dept was closed due to the holiday and they never heard about 2007 Toyota Camry door fires but I told them about complaints filed on the NHTSA according to la times and many other media . Toyota has responsibility to take care of my car without any charges due to the defect. My power window switch was damaged. It might cause my body injury and other damages. . Etc any time if Toyota don't take an action ASAP. Especially I have minor child in the car too (I drove my son to the school everyday. ) information redacted pursuant to the freedom of information act (foia), 5 u. S. C. 552(b)(6).
Drivers side door power window switch began to smoke and burn with caustic fumes filling the cabin of the vehicle.
The driver's side power window buttons suddenly began smoking and caught fire as I was driving home. The fire burnt a hole in the console.
The contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that while driving 25 mph, a smoke odor came from the window control panel. The contact then poured water over the control panel to stop the panel from igniting into flames. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The failure and the current mileage was 148,996.
I just got in the car and was driving when I smelled something burning. It was at night so I could not see where it was coming from so I pulled over and noticed smoke was coming from the front left driver side door and even through the window switch. I turned around and went back home so I can turn the car off and let the smoke escape the car. It stopped smoking after awhile but now I cant use none of my windows except the driver side. The other switches are stuck they wont move seemed like that what was burning. This definitely needs to be investigated because with a car only 4 years old, this should not be happening. The car has been well maintained. Called Toyota and the main power window switch is 350, something that I should not be responsible for.
The contact owns a 2005 Toyota Camry. The contact stated the drivers side window failed to close while driving in the rain. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who located the failure within the door power switch and replaced it. The manufacturer denied assistance with the repair. The failure mileage was 71,000 and the current mileage was 73,000.
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The driver side power window master switch started to smoke, after starting my vehicle and pressing the switch to roll down my windows. I turned the vehicle off and my car filled with smoke. I immediately called the fire department. Once the fire department arrived my car was no longer smoking. The firefighters could not tell me what caused the smoke but stated it was not safe for me to drive the vehicle. They recommended I have my car towed to the dealership because there was a strong smell of melted electrical wires. I had my car towed to a Toyota dealership and they stated my master switch was shorting out and it was not covered under my warranty because my mileage was past 35,000 for electrical problems.
The contact owns a 2007 Toyota solara. The contact stated that she noticed that the drivers side window was missing. Upon further inspection, she found the window had fallen into the door panel; however, she was unable to remove the window. The dealer stated that the window cable had fractured, causing the window to fall. The dealer made repairs to the window at the expense of the manufacturer. The approximate failure and current mileages were 20,000. Updated 05/25/10 updated 6/3/10 the window regulator and motor assembly were replaced. Updated 06/24/10.
The contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that the front driver’s door caught on fire while driving. The vehicle was towed to an authorized dealer and the dealer stated that the electronic circuits on the door caused the failure. The vehicle was repaired. The failure mileage was 57,000 and the current mileage was 85,000. Updated 06/06/12.
The contact owns a 2009 Toyota Camry. Approximately one month ago the the contact stated that her radio display was not visible whenever she started the vehicle. Within a few weeks, the rear power windows began opening on their own. The contact was driving approximately 20 mph when the brakes were engaged; however, the vehicle would not stop which caused her to crash into a vehicle in front of her. There were no injuries. The vehicle was towed to a body shop who advised the contact that there was also an electrical failure since the vehicle would start. The repair shop made several attempts to start the vehicle and was unsuccessful. The manufacturer advised her that the recall repair will start in April and that she would have to wait until then. The contact stated that the air bags did not deploy. The failure mileage was 19854.
My Toyota Camry left rear window motor was burned , but the fuse still good, and I pulled right sides two fuses, the windows still can go up and down, that mean the electrocity didn't go through fuses to the motors.
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The windows on my 2005 Toyota solara have problems. About 6 months ago I started to hear the windows to drag when being put up or down. The passenger window has a piece in the door now that rattles and slides around inside the door, when the window goes up it goes up too far and it sticks out of the rubber barrier it suppose to seal in. I worry if I have a wreck the window may not be secure enough to protect me from shattering since it does not seal in itself. I had contacted haley Toyota dealership and they told me some people had window complaints but would not tell me how many. Their answer is electric motors break. My 2005 solara has only 28,000 miles on it and I bought one of the first ones on the lot in 2005. I have been told it could possibly cost me $300. 00 or more to fix. The driver window is starting to get sluggish now and probably be the same problem to arise with this window. I don't think a car with only 28000 miles on it in 5 years should have this problem. I think I might not be the only one with window problems. The dealership was very defensive about the call I made to them about the recall on the Toyota's if mine was included in the recall list. They don't give you any info on anything. I was told back when the recall was done by haley Toyota in roanoke va that it was not problem. They said the problem was people were putting think floor mats on top of the Toyota mats. Just don't worry about it they said back when the first recall was out for the floor mats. This is not good business. This is the second Toyota I have bought.
2009 Toyota Camry passenger window fell within two weeks of having the vechile.
I was driving my 2005 Toyota Camry. I opened the front windows for one second for fresh air and while closing, the passenger side window didn't come up. I tried both from driver's side and passenger side switches and it didn't work. I got this car as brand new in mid 2005 and I hardly opened the front windows. I hardly have any passenger in my car. Bottom-line, the window has been rarely used since I got it and it cannot just stop working unless there is some manufacturing defect. It went down but didn't come up. Rest three windows are working fine. I think there is serious manufacturing problem with 2005 Camry.
If you try to put the window down (driver's window), it comes off track - no previous problems, just happened when I tried to let it down.
Motor regulators for the windows are failing. Lr regulator castled hinge pin mal-formed and dislodged from the assembly. Power window was then non-functional and window would fall when manually raised up, creating a security issue, and potential weather issue. Power window regulator had to be replaced.
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3 out of 4 motor regulators for the windows are failing. Master switch for windows is also failing.
I pulled the passenger side window up to close it, I did not see my friend's finger there, the glass cut the skin of the finger tip area and it was bleeding. I have tried myself and the glass pushed my finger very hard. A child finger bone can be broken easily. There is no safety on all the windows. This is very bad for kids or families.