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Old 01-27-2006, 03:41 PM   #21
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So let me get this straight, if I unplug the switch from the rear door I dont have to unplug the switch from the front, right? As long as the rear is unhooked everything should be cool, which is what I want as long as the window is up, and no worry about it going back down.

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So let me get this straight, if I unplug the switch from the rear door I dont have to unplug the switch from the front, right? As long as the rear is unhooked everything should be cool, which is what I want as long as the window is up, and no worry about it going back down.

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I bet it took you longer to type that would have to go outside, pop the switch pannel off, disconnect it, and test it.
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if I unplug the switch from the rear door I dont have to unplug the switch from the front, right?
Try it as a test run.
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So let me get this straight, if I unplug the switch from the rear door I dont have to unplug the switch from the front, right? As long as the rear is unhooked everything should be cool, which is what I want as long as the window is up, and no worry about it going back down.

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I bet it took you longer to type that would have to go outside, pop the switch pannel off, disconnect it, and test it.
This is true, but I may just be one of the laziest men alive. I'll try it tomorrow and let you guys know what'* up.

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