ok..so i've notice that it doesn't roll up as quick as it used to..anyone know y???
the passenger side roll up pretty quick..
one other problem..when i go up to around 80mph there is a high pitch whistling sound from behind the pillar..when i roll the window down it goes away (i think) because i can't hear anything since the wind are blowing in..does anyone have this problem?? the rubber ring on the frame where the window roll up to is fine, no knick or holes or nothing..but i dunno y it make that whistling sound, it's from the wind..it happen most of the time when it's windy out..please help me get rid of this problem...it is so annoying..plus i'm pretty damn anal about my car..one small problem and i want to get it fix right away..
HELP MEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!! PLEASE??
Originally Posted by pesho01
Question: Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
i think you need to adjust the window unit, you need to take the door apart and do so. im assuming that the window starts rolling up slower when its almost to shut. as for the wind noise, open ur door, close the window completely, shut the door, and then drive again. if the window shutted well, then you wouldnt hear any noise.
I ALSO FOUND THESE THINGS ON A WEBSITE Bulletins for 2001 Toyota Celica GT L4-1794cc 1.8L DOHC MFI
Service Bulletins TSB Number Issue Date TSB Title BO015R-02 MAR 04 Body - Insufficient Rear Hatch Shock Support BO017R-03 MAR 04 Interior - Trim Panels Loose/Fit Poorly AC003-04 MAR 04 A/C - Compressor Installation Procedure TC002R-03 JAN 04 Engine/Transmission Controls - ECM Memory Reset SS002-03 DEC 03 Engine Controls - O2 Sensor Monitor Threshold Values TC002R-03 DEC 03 Engine/Transmission Controls - ECM Memory Reset Function EG009-03 MAY 03 Engine - MIL ON/DTC 1349 Set EL008R-02 FEB 03 Keyless Entry - Transmitter Programming & Identification EG003-03 FEB 03 Exhaust System - Sulfur Smell BO015R-02 JAN 03 Body - Rear Hatch Won't Stay in the UP Position EL004R-01 JAN 03 Keyless Entry Remote Transmitter - Programming PG027-02 DEC 02 Steering/Suspension - Ball Joint Inspection BO018-02 NOV 02 Body - Poor Sunroof Glass Durability BO017-02 SEP 02 Interior - Seat Belt Extender Availability TC001-02 MAY 02 A/T - Fluid Requirements EG003R-02 MAR 02 Emissions - OBD II Readiness Monitor Drive Patterns EG007-02 MAR 02 Valve Cover Oil Baffle - Damage Prevention SS001-02 MAR 02 Drive Shaft - Nut Chisel Tool PG008-02 JAN 02 Certification Label - Replacement Availability PG009-02 JAN 02 VIN Plate - Replacement Availability PG003R-01 DEC 01 Service Manual - Corrections Index EG014-01 DEC 01 Engine - Squealing/Rattling Noise During Operation BO030-01 DEC 01 Windshield Wiper Blade - Maintenance and Cleaning BO023-01 SEP 01 Seat Belt Extender - Increases Belt Length BO022-01 SEP 01 Shoulder Belt Anchor - Preserving the Appearance BR008-01 AUG 01 Brakes - Revised `Brake Pedal' On Vehicle Inspection PG016-01 AUG 01 Emissions - I/M Loaded Mode Test Using 2WD Dynamometer EG005-01 APR 01 EVAP System - Supplemental Operation/Diagnostics PG004-01 MAR 01 Paint - Protective Film Precautions BO011-01 MAR 01 Seat Belt Tongue Plate Stopper - New Parts BO006-01 FEB 01 Washer System - Repair Precautions BO002-01 JAN 01 Seat Belts - Extenders PG016-00 SEP 00 Pre-Delivery Service
on my 2000 gts I was having the same problem with the driver side window. I'm too poor and cheap to buy a new regulator so I took the door panel off and hosed the window motor and axle down with WD-40, worked fine for about 6 months, then I had to repeat the process. God I'm cheap... lol
I have the same problem also my window goes up slow then it stop leaving a very small space between the glass and rubber. I usually just pull the window up as you lift the button. Oh and I observed that when your window is wet it seals it all the way up :p
I get the noise myself. I roll my window down (while I'm driving) a few inches, then back up again. Noise stops. I have to do this everytime I close the door. It doesn't seal right, untill it's closed when I do it.
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