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Need help wiring power mirrors and power locks on 92 LeSabre

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Old 09-20-2004, 05:19 PM
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Okay, heres the deal. I put a new door on my LeSabre cause the old one got busted by a deer, me and my budy that helped me didnt think about it and just cut thw wiring harness, so for the past 4 days I've been re-wiring every thing. I have the windows, and head lights working perfectly, but I can only get the passenger side mirror to go left and right, the driverside wont move, and I found the wire that controls the power locks but it only works to lock the doors if I wire it to the mirror control swtich....

basicly I just need to know what the mirror control switch wiring diagram is.

on the connector the wires are labeled

A (Black)
B (Light Blue)
C (yellow)
D (White)
E (Light Gree)
F (Purple/white)
G (red/white possibly pnk/white but its a more redish than pink)
H (Orange)

I've been matching colors seeing what works and what dosent, basicly trial and error, but this just getting really old now cause its just not adding up...



I have learned my leson, from now on, take the old buttons out of the pannle with out cutting the wires and you save your self alot of trouble....


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oOoOo.... your lettering is exactly upside down from mine.

Cell Letter, Wire Color, Where it goes
A, Orange, Fuse 15
B, White, Connector F of the LH motor
C, Light Blue, Connector H of the LH motor
D, Yellow, Connector A of the LH motor
E, Yellow, Connector A of the RH motor
F, Light Blue, Connector H of the RH motor
G, Red/White, Connector F of the RH motor
H, Black, Ground

But the Olds and Pontiac wiring isn't exactly the same. I'm just hoping this will give you enough of a headstart.
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This may be irrelevant but, neither mirror worked for me, and it was just the switch which was corroded, it could be that yours is too. Take apart the swtich and clean it with some electrical cleaner, or if your cheap like me, some 50/50 simple green and a paper towel.


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Thats a start. More than what I have now. Cept you've got two yellows and I only have one.

I took a picture of my connector, its 31k if any one can host it for me that would be great. I can e-mail it to you.
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I've tried two switches, this switch worked before I changed doors. If all else fails though I'll give that a shot.
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Waiting for that picture, We'll get her straightened out.
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Can't hurt to clean that switch up.


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Originally Posted by opensourceguy
Can't hurt to clean that switch up.


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'Specially since it'* already out...
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Thanks guys, I got it all working. Only thing not working now is the drivers side power door lock. (every other lock works, even when using the drivers lock button.) I'm calling it good enough Now I just need to get the wires bundled up, put the fender on, get new head light assemblies, and either a new hood or just un bend this hood and the car will ready to sell. (I'm getting an 83 Trans Am if the guy dosent change his mind once he gets an engine in it. If he dose I gusse I just have to start looking again.)

Again, thanks for your help. (Dont wory, my mom has a 95 Bonnie so I'll still be around. )
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