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Old 11-13-2004, 07:58 PM   #1
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gagt sedan passenger frt window

any one know if there is an easy way to make your passenger frt window in sedan to power down fast like the drivers side ? can the electric for drivers window work on pass side window ??
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Old 11-13-2004, 10:21 PM   #2
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hmmm... Between the driver and passenger door, the connectors are different.

There is something different about the inside of the driver switch, than the passenger switch, on the driver side. The auto down functionality is built into the switch, and you could most likely use the driver-side assy, but gut out the electrical components and make your own PCB & Circuit. Or a piggy back circuit could be added. I can take pictures of the internals if you want...

Questions:

1. Do you want the "Auto Down" functionality added to the passenger window?
2. Do you want the Passenger to be able to control the "Auto Down" functionality?
3. Do you want the left switch (in the driver side switch module) to down both windows at the same time?
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