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Old 10-03-2017, 04:28 PM   #1
DunKrS
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Cool INT: updated power window switch

Tired of your old power window switch not working or acting stuck on? Snag one from a newer accord, cl, tl, whatever. Cut the pigtail and splice it in. I couldn't find the wiring necessary in a clear concise way anywhere. Too many articles about JDM power windows and stuff to try and find everything I needed. So here it is. None of the colors stayed the same except the first two listed below so all the guesswork is done for you. I love shit that works like it's supposed to.

Wires listed from chassis (your cars harness) to switvh pigtail (from the new car)
Blu/wht--->blu/wht
Blk----------->blk
Ylw/blk---->blu/org
Ylw/red---->blu/grn
Ylw/grn---->ylw/blk
Blu/grn----->ylw/wht
Blu/blk------>light grn

I grabbed a tl switch that also has a button for mirror defrost. I saw someone post about using it as a trunk switch and that sounds kinda cool to me. Or I may get heated lenses from a tl or CL as I've heard they are the same shape and wire it up to make them work.
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Sorry for no pics. Sucks trying to find somewhere to host that doesn't kill the links after a while.
-Derek
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Old 10-03-2017, 04:39 PM   #2
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I wanted to depin/repin it for an extra clean install bit the pins are different and won't go into the newer model clips so I used some butt connectors and was tidy about it, and made good strong connections with my favorite pair of Klein's.
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