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Old 09-12-2004, 03:53 PM   #11
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I'll help. Just wait till its dark here, i'm going ot be working my *** off finishing up pearl to be running tonight .


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OK I just opened up my driver door panel. There is no module. At least I couldn't find one. All there is is a bunch of wires (15 or so) that run out of the door and under the dash. Where is this module? Maybe the older cars don't have the same setup.
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Follow the window motor wires to the module, It'* got to be there, Putting it anywhere else means using extra wire. Gm doesn't like to use extra wire as it costs more.
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Do I have to take the whole door panel off? In the car im taking apart theres bolts and extra stuff holding it on the the previous owner screwed in, and theyre all stripped off:(
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I just went out and tookt he door apart, there was one screw holding it and when I took it out the whole panel just fell off So there is no module and where in the door. But there are two wires that were cut, the BLUE and BROWN going to the window switch. Also the drivers window button had tape over it to prevent anyone from trying to use it. SO if there is a module, it may have been removed. Can I get one at a wreckers easily?
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I wouldn't know, I've never tried to buy one.
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I have got to do this!!!

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It'* seriously cool tapping both buttons, then my passenger notices that I'm turning the wheel and not still holding the buttons. Gets alot of "**** that'* cool" remarks.
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