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Old 12-13-2007, 12:58 PM   #1
 
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Default Urgent! 93 Civic EX Power Window wiring diagram passenger side!

My power window switch is f***ed, it only rolls down. I forgot to unplug the switch and my friend rolled it down and when I told him it didn't work, he kept trying to roll it up and in the process rolled it ALL the way down.

Now, I know it's the ground wire for the up switch that's messed up and the switch is INDEED broken. I need to know the ground wire for the down switch and the up switch so I can tap into it to make it "somewhat" work so I can roll that **** up and unplug it again.

I know this isn't a good fix, but it's temp. I need to get the power window passenger switch.
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easiest way to roll up a power window when the switch is screwed up...
tap into the two window motor wires, connect one to 12V the other to ground.
if window tries to go down, switch the wires.
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Okay that's great but how do I know which one is 12v and which one is ground?
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try it one way, then<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">if window tries to go down, switch the wires.</TD></TR></TABLE>
you're not going to to damage the motor if you only hold the power to it for a second or two. (and it doesn't move)
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