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Old 06-15-2010, 08:15 PM   #1
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I'm replacing a window motor in a 98z and when I removed the switch panel, all the wires popped out. I searched and only came up with wiring schematics and have no clue whats what. Does any one have a picture showing which colors go in each slot?

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In order to replace the motor you need to pull the door panel off. once that is done remove the lower speaker in the door. Then you need to drill holes in the fiberglass panel where the rivets are that hold the motor. Then you need to drill out the rivets and pull the motor out. Pop in new one and your good to go. Sounds hard.............Just take your time.
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In order to replace the motor you need to pull the door panel off. once that is done remove the lower speaker in the door. Then you need to drill holes in the fiberglass panel where the rivets are that hold the motor. Then you need to drill out the rivets and pull the motor out. Pop in new one and your good to go. Sounds hard.............Just take your time.
Uh....I believe he asked for the diagram of the wires in the window switch. lol
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In order to replace the motor you need to pull the door panel off. once that is done remove the lower speaker in the door. Then you need to drill holes in the fiberglass panel where the rivets are that hold the motor. Then you need to drill out the rivets and pull the motor out. Pop in new one and your good to go. Sounds hard.............Just take your time.


Got that part figured out, just need to figure out which wires go in each slot of the window switch panel.
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The window switch will have the A,B,C,D,E,F indicated in the wiring diagram embossed on the plastic of the switch. Look carefully, they are small.

Just match them up to the colors on the diagram.
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The window switch will have the A,B,C,D,E,F indicated in the wiring diagram embossed on the plastic of the switch. Look carefully, they are small.

Just match them up to the colors on the diagram.
Wow, I probably would have never noticed that. Thanks a bunch.
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