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Hi ,

i have some  squeaky noises from my  windows  , especially the driver window, it makes squeaky noises  while is  opened in certain positions at every single small pothole i drive into ,also if  i push into the door panel or i touch the windows is making those funny noises. The dealer don’t want to deal with this.Any solutions?

 

Toyota Corolla Hybrid Saloon 2020

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Hi, this sounds to me as something it’s not properly fitted inside, some loose connection between window and rails or something like that but it will require removing the door card and inspection,. Best to push the dealer where you bought the car from to look into it as might be a warranty work, or perhaps not as long as window goes up or down. The problem is that if you start doing it on your own and find that something is missing or broken they will not accept liability as you or someone independent has started working on. All down to your preferences. 
Good luck 

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Very surprised if it is a Toyota dealer who won’t help. Have you tried ringing Toyota if dealer won’t assist ?

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Is it an intermittent fault - ie has the squeaking occurred when the dealer has had the car for investigation?? Has the dealer actually had the car booked in for investigation?

If the fault isn't present when the dealer has the car, and there are no fault codes or similar showing, then the dealer cannot deal with a supposed fault.

Please clarify.

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13 hours ago, Chriss27 said:

Very surprised if it is a Toyota dealer who won’t help. Have you tried ringing Toyota if dealer won’t assist ?

 

12 hours ago, FROSTYBALLS said:

Is it an intermittent fault - ie has the squeaking occurred when the dealer has had the car for investigation?? Has the dealer actually had the car booked in for investigation?

If the fault isn't present when the dealer has the car, and there are no fault codes or similar showing, then the dealer cannot deal with a supposed fault.

Please clarify.

At my last  service  i have showed to my  local dealer Toyota  this issue and they said that there is nothing to do, since then the  noises  getting worst, i will give it a try again a the next  service .The car is bought  brand new from a  third party  dealer but serviced  at  Toyota dealership. Current milage 35k

 

 

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1 hour ago, Darck1 said:

The car is bought  brand new from a  third party  dealer but serviced  at  Toyota dealership.

If he had been the selling dealer he would have had more incentive to keep you as a customer.  As FB said, it works and there is no fault code and probably no repair cost code.  I guess that means he might not be able to claim back from Toyota.  

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Try lubricating the window channels with silicone spray - eg https://www.toolstation.com/wd-40-specialist-silicone/p89943?msclkid=615d6af281a51dbedd1f0a9b219dce33&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=PLC+Automotive+|+Brands&utm_term=4578503895599754&utm_content=Automotive

Wind the window down, spray carefully using the straw into the vertical channels in the door that the glass moves up/down within (avoid getting overspray onto the glass), and wind the window up and down a few times. 

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