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 Post subject: power window wires au/ba
Posted: Fri Mar 13, 2009 1:21 pm 
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can any one tell me why the switches have six connectors on the bottom and what wires go where also what wires go to the power window motor would prefer laymans terms just where + and - go as im trying to work it out and getting very frustrated lol :twisted: thanx
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 Post subject: Re: power window wires au/ba
Posted: Sat Mar 14, 2009 4:31 pm 
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please anyone
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 Post subject: Re: power window wires au/ba
Posted: Sat Mar 14, 2009 11:33 pm 
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Can't tell you what goes where, but six wires I believe 2 bringing power up to the switches a positive and a negative, 2 sending power to the motor positve and negative to send it up, and 2 sending power to the motor positve and negative reversed to lower it.
If you've got a multimeter or some sort of rigged tester for continuity you could work out what does what. with a bit of basic logic.
If you need anything else to help work it out let me know, and I'll explain how to work it out with a multimeter.

 

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Posted: Sun Mar 15, 2009 12:55 am 
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have a read of this -
interior-modifications-f14/fourl6-au-to-ba-interior-conversion-t67116-80.html

and if you need more send him a PM (fourL6), he should be able to help you out
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 Post subject: Re: power window wires au/ba
Posted: Sun Mar 15, 2009 6:46 pm 
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Shum's EL wrote:
have a read of this -
interior-modifications-f14/fourl6-au-to-ba-interior-conversion-t67116-80.html

and if you need more send him a PM (fourL6), he should be able to help you out

that would be me :)


this might help

in the picture below 1 and 6 are always connected so there are actually only 5 wires needed... so connect:
1+6 = Positive
4 = Reg +
3 = Reg -
2 = drivers side switch 1 (ground)
5 = drivers side switch 2 (ground)

i haven't actually tested this... for testing i would just connect 2 and 5 to Ground

See How you go :)

fourL6 wrote:
this is what i have figured out so far...
if anyone has any more info it would be greatly appreciated...
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and this is how i have connected the passenger switch
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 Post subject: Re: power window wires au/ba
Posted: Mon Mar 16, 2009 1:28 pm 
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5 pins are used to run the windows. the 6 pin is for illumination. hence you can get switches with 5 pins, or the switches i want that illuminate that has 6 pins. a stock master has 12 pins, illuminated master 13 pins
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