window switch voltage question
hello all. just sitting here daydreaming, i had an idea. when i installed my remote start, i did not hook the door locks or trunk up, because doing that would disable the factory alarm and automatic inside/outside lights feature which i appreciate.
my idea was, since pushing these buttons yeilds a solid 12V coming from a wire the entire time the button is pressed, i thought it would be nice to have remote controlled windows. for those days when remote start isnt really needed once the car is the same temp as outside. (for example, hit the remote start then immediately turn it off, enabling the Retained Accessory Power then holding the trunk button to drop the windows)
my question is, do the window switches run off of 12V? could i disassemble the window switch module and solder to the connections going to the down side of the switch?
if yes, does the "up" work the same way? or is one ground, one 12V or both ground?
i would do this testing myself, but im not really sure how to do the testing.
thanks alot for any input!
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