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Power Window Service

Toyota Power Window Service

Toyota Power Window Repair in St. Joseph, MO

Every Toyota car, van, truck, and SUV have a power window system that moves windows up and down as needed by simply pushing a button. Power windows rely on electric power, a motor, and a regulator that can run into problems. A power window might fail for many reasons ranging from wear and tear over thousands of miles of use, blown fuses, defective motor, loose connections, or the window has slipped out of the glass framing.
Given the complexity of a vehicle’s window and the challenges involved in accessing the components inside the door; service is better left to a Certified Technician with hands-on training and experience performing the service. If you have a window on your vehicle stuck in place, we invite you to Rolling Hills Toyota for much-needed repair service. Our Service Department is conveniently located in St. Joseph, MO near Elwood, KS, and Savannah, MO.

Pro Tip: It might be possible to close a faulty Power Window manually

Some of our customers have panicked when their power window fails because of exposure to the elements. Depending upon the problem, it is often possible to slide the window up and close it as needed to prevent the elements from getting inside the cabin. In this case, we recommend trying to close the window by pressing up gently from the inside. It is important to remember that when using this method, you won’t have to push very hard.

Professional Power Window Service from Rolling Hills Toyota

At Rolling Hills Toyota, power window repair service includes a Certified Technician, a proven service protocol, and genuine OEM replacement parts as needed from our Parts Department to restore power window performance at factory specifications. The Certified Technician begins by inspecting the physical components for excessive wear or damages, including the crank, clips, and glass frame.

Service at Rolling Hills Toyota

If the problem is non-electrical, the damaged part can get repaired or replaced as needed to restore power window functionality. If the physical components are in good condition, the Certified Technician will perform electrical testing to determine what component requires service. The expert technician will determine the root cause of the power window electrical problem, such as a faulty motor or regulator, and repair it as necessary to restore peak performance at factory specifications.

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Complimentry Rolling Hills Toyota Amenities

  • Customer Lounge
  • Flat Screen TVs
  • Refreshments & Snacks
  • WiFi
  • Magazines & Newspapers
  • Expert Technicians
  • Keurig Drinks
  • Early Bird Drop Off
  • After Hours Drop/Pick Up


Monday7 AM - 5:30 PM
Tuesday7 AM - 5:30 PM
Wednesday7 AM - 5:30 PM
Thursday7 AM - 5:30 PM
Friday7 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturday7 AM - 12 PM

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