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Old 01-23-2011, 08:05 PM
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Wiring diagram for power window system

I was playing with the power window wiring in a 94 Exploder, trying to disable the annoying one touch auto down feature. But the wiring diagram in the Haynes book doesn't match what I see in the vehicle--Haynes shows 6 wires on the one touch module, when in fact there are only 5, and the colors are all different. Anyone have an accurate diagram?
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Old 01-24-2011, 12:52 PM
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Interesting, most people wish more windows had the one touch feature. Does the '94 have the second detent for the one-touch, or does it default to one-touch and you have to press the button a second time to stop the window in process?

Which wiring diagram are you using so I don't waste my time checking EBSCO if you've already used that one?

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Sorry, I just noticed you typed "Haynes book." It must be Monday....

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Interesting, most people wish more windows had the one touch feature
I can't stand any electronic system that tries to guess what I want and do it automatically; all too often it gets it wrong.

There's no second detent (that would seem like a much better system); I just push the down button and it goes all the way down unless I push the up button.
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Does your one-touch module have wire colors red, red/yellow, light blue/black, yellow/red, and black? If so, it looks like you should unplug the one-touch module and jumper the red to the red/yellow wire. That should will take the one-touch module out of the circuit and should allow the window to function "normally".

The light blue/black wire is fused feed and the black wire is ground.

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It works! Thanks for the help.
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You're welcome, glad you got it the way you want it!

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