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    Coming on Wednesday, and I'll be there! (Check back Thursday to make sure you see it all)
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    my corolla odometer stopped working at 299,999 but trip odometer continues to work.
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    That's the cost effective option. One of our 2007 Corollas is at 347,000 and the other is around 175,000. On the high mileage car, trip odo "A" is zeroed at each fill, used to check fuel mileage. Trip odo "B" is zeroed when I change oil and filter (I use synthetic and Toyota filters on a 7,500 mile cycle for my rural use, not the 5,000 mile cycle on the automatic reminder), but I do the math and record actual total mileage in my little book. So any maintenance is recorded by checking that trip odo, adding to total recorded at last oil change, then entering true total. I do not believe the trip odometers have anything to do with the maintenance reminder light. It's not the trip odo that actuates the light. I TRY to remember to reset my maintenance light at 2,500 from last oil change, so it will remind me at 7,500, but I usually forget. Fortunately, the reset sequence for Corolla is very easy.
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    The US version of the 2020 Toyota Yaris Hatchback is going to be revealed at the New York Auto Show, and we will be there. The little car has a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers 106 horsepower, hooked up to a 6-speed automatic transmission with a sport mode; it’s estimated to achieve 40 MPG on the highway. To sweeten the deal, the Yaris won’t be an econobox: it has Toyota’s sporty new platform and tuning, standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a 7-inch touchscreen display, Bluetooth, voice recognition, six speakers, and two USB ports. There will be just two grades—the base models are gone! Buyers can get the “Luxury Edition” LE or “Extra Luxury Edition” XLE only. Standard equipment is to “defy segment expectations.”
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    For a 2000 LE like mine I have uncovered the following parts for power windows (plus parts categories and price from 1sttoyotaparts.com): Window Motor (Electrical , Body electrical ,Front door ,Window motor) 189.56 Window Regulator (Body hardware , Door ,Front door ,Window regulator) 56.36 Window Relay Marked 9008498031 (Electrical , Body electrical ,Door ,Window relay) 37.53 Window Relay Marked 9008087010 (Electrical , Body electrical ,Door ,Window relay) 15.47 Isn't it possible to short out this stuff when driving in the rain? I also have been guilty of using the rubber stripping between which the window rolls down/up as a squeegie! That too could have done it!
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    Many things will cause problems with the power windows. Luckily, you got it narrowed down - you mentioned that banging on the door helps and the problem comes back when the car is warmed up. Sounds to me like it is a contact/no contact issue with the switch panel or at the window motor. Chances of it being the motor are unlikely, but always possible. To fix - you have to strip off the door panel and check all the connections between the switch and the motor. My suggestion is to get one of the service manuals (Haynes, Chilton, Toyota, etc) and a multimeter or similar, if you don't already have them. The pinouts of the switch require more detail than what I can post here - better to see them illustrated in the book to give you an idea. Good Luck.
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