So, I finally got around to pulling out the rear window relay circuit board. I figured I'd use 4crawler's
tips and fix it. My window works in every way possible except when trying to roll it up with the key at the tailgate; there's not even a relay click.
But when I pulled it out, I discovered that I have six relays, not four. Four of these relays are the same, two have a different part number and are *slightly* larger.
Sorry, I don't have a digital camera to snap a picture or I would.
Thing is, I noticed that my relays are rated for 12V (no duh). The relays that 4crawler (and others) recommend
are rated at 7-9 VDC. Should I be concerned with this rating (has RadioShack changed it lately?)...
or just stick it in and see if it works?
I do have to try to figure out which relay is fried first....figure my 12V power supply will come in handy for that.
Thanks for the help.
Oh yeah, it's my '95 4Runner.
Mine: 1998 Tacoma Xcab 4x4 5spd V6 with rear airbags, strut spacers, manual hubs, Tundra front brakes
Hers: 2013 Nissan Juke AWD
Previously:'95 4Runner, '81 Pickup, Chevys, BMW, Kia, Mitsubishi