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Old 01-19-2010, 07:48 PM   #1
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Some idiot hit my car last night and took out my drivers side mirror, body part and all along with my driver's side window, along with that my passenger side window won't roll up anymore... So what im hoping to find is this, instructions on how to roll up passenger side power window manually, a site with decent looking aftermarket direct fit(bendable non-power mirror) and maybe if im lucky someone knows a glass guy in Sacramento? ;; ease my woes this is not the month for my car...


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Old 01-19-2010, 07:50 PM   #2
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The passenger side window's power is routed through the driver side switch assembly and the relay mounted below it... make sure they're still plugged in.

The wiring diagram for the windows is in the TEWD, hosted on the same site as the TSRM.
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Old 01-19-2010, 07:53 PM   #3
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For sure looking it up now... man this sucks its f-ing storming here and now I have 2 windows down in the rain... plastic bags didn't hold last night... this will be a fun day.
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Alright I got the diagram up, im not too electronically inclined but I know a little bit, I'm assuming I want to take the the light blue and light yellow wires from the master switch and bypass the secondary switch to the power window motor, or do I want to bypass the master as well? I guess I would need to go down stairs and see if it works ;;
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Sorry, I can't be of any more help. I had an emergency and don't know when I'll be home or have computer access.

You can jump just it on the passenger side.
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sounds like this is what was done to my car as each door rolls up it's own window... I can't roll up my passenger window from the driver side... I have to stretch across to the passenger side and use the switch on that side to roll that window up.
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I can't roll up my passenger window from the driver side...
That's just bad contacts inside the master (driver's) window switch. If you're mechanically inclined you can take it apart and clean the contacts with a scouring pad or fine sandpaper.
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man that sucks, if i were you do what i did...
replace the entire door.. (if its too much body work)
because now i got a fine looking door side mirror and spare glass and electronics for my drivers side...

too bad i live sooooo far away, i have the drivers side glass and switches in my garage...
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I actually got lucky, the only part the car actually hit was my side mirror, but it tore out half of the wires that were attached to that, im thinking thats where my problems are...
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