window switch pinout (driver side)
I've got the door panel off the driver side front door to replace the side mirror. I would prefer to avoid having to ever get back in here so I'm going to do everything while I'm in here (roller fix, maybe speaker, investigate passenger mirror problem). I've got the switch panel off and I really don't want to plug it back in to roll a window up or down. Those connectors are hard to get loose and I don't want to break anything by doing it repeatedly. I'm probably going to have the panel off a while and want to leave the window up when I'm not working on it. I'm going to go through the FSM and see if I can jump a couple pins to move windows, but if you know which connectors/wires are needed to move the driver window up and down let me know.
I've had a problem with the passenger side mirror since I got the vehicle...I can move it left/right but not up/down. Thankfully it was positioned perfectly up/down and I never really wanted to pull a door panel off to chase it. Driver side has always worked 100%. Now that I've got the driver panel off I can check the switch. Should have pulled the passenger mirror glass and probed the motor connector long ago but never did. At least now it's going to be easy to isolate. Any insight appreciated. Anybody know how the switch works internally? You rotate it to select driver/passenger, not sure how that works electrically.
Last edited by rltvstc; 03-22-2018 at 08:49 PM.