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Old 05-27-2009, 03:36 AM
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Ok so as the description says i was pulling new wires thru the doors drilled holes thru the stock adapters spare slots to get em thru hooked it all back up again and now my windows are not working along with the mirrors...being ultra cool and all i checked the fuses at my work wow there going again driving home tried to go the windows and they are not going anymore just the left side window worked with the passenger control switch ( australian here so americans imagine opposite) had to go to a bux night that night im like hold crap need my window up used leftover speaker wire hooked up the motor controls from the passenger switch to the drivers window motor and pulled the window up ..... half an hour later the passenger sides stops responding as well... my idea is pulling the freaking doors off and checking that i didn't pull any wires loose of the stock connection points ...now u can imagine this taking hours n hours or simply going to an auto electrician who probably has magical gadgets that determine exactly where the problem is and find the solution....im not a dropkick i obviously have some electric knowledge but i haven't got a degree my question is after reading all that is what you guys would do cuz im a bit short on cash at the moment and exactly what fuze is it on the kick-panel that hold power to the windows so i know for sure that its not the fuse ive checked all the qualifying suspects ...neways thanks for the read hope to hear some responses soon
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Re: pulled fresh speaker wires from front doors now windows electrics are screwed

you probably cut some wires some where.

do you have a test light?
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Re: pulled fresh speaker wires from front doors now windows electrics are screwed

I'm really not so sure you drilled or goofed up any wires. Your intermittant problem makes it sound like you didn't get your plug vack together properly. Check the connection at the door as well as the drivers control panel in the door. For everything to stop working keans you would have had to get ahold of a bunch of wires. Terminals that are barely making contact fits your problem to a tee.
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Sorry.....double post....
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Re: pulled fresh speaker wires from front doors now windows electrics are screwed

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Terminals that are barely making contact fits your problem to a tee.
I have the same issue. I assume the original poster drilled holes in the harness connectors and ran speaker wire through it? If so, make sure there's no crimps in the wires between the connector, as this'll keep it fully snapping together like it should.
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