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Old 02-26-2003, 06:01 PM
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Question GM/Chevy Pickup power window switches

I just picked up a set of power window switches from a local surplus store. Got 'em for $10 each.

I could just sit down with the trusty ohmmeter and figure out the wiring for them but I figured maybe someone could ID them so I could get a wiring diagram from the library.

They're the complete panels, driver's side has 2 window switches, power door lock switch and 2-way power mirror switch. Right side only has door lock and window. I assume they're truck, since there's only 2 windows switches (no back seat?) They're a GM part, PN 15069335 and 15069342 for the panels, the switch modules are TRW. By the looks of the date codes on the plastic panel, they were built March 4, 2002. There are 37 pins between all these switches and I wasn't fortunate enough to get the plug for them. Wiring won't be a problem once I figure out what wire does what.

Any hints on where to look? Or even better, does anyone recognize them?

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Don't limit your thinking it's a truck switch. It could be 2 car. I know Oldsmobile has switch plates that look like those.
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Did the obvious this morning - took 'em to the dealership. They're from the new pickups. And apparently worth a LOT more than I paid for them. The plugs for them are worth even more than the replacement switches! Anyone have any ideas where i might find a wiring diagram for them?
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Would love to help you with the wiring diagram, if you told us what they are out of.
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xtreme, all the guy at the parts desk said was that it was from the new pickups. I didn't think to ask more, as I only wanted the connectors at the time. I guess the shock of $120 plastic connectors left me reeling..

I checked out the '03 Silverado interiors on the Chevy site and the switch panels look slightly different. Based on the date on the plastic housing, I would say '02 Silverado regular cab. P/N for the switches themselves are 15054161

I've got the driver's switches kindof figured out, I found -ve output for up and down passenger window and +ve output for up and down drivers window. With the right relay wiring, this should be all I need. I've still got 4 "mystery pins" and can't find any in/out for the door lock switch. Out of the 16 pins, 5 seem to be -ve input, 3 +ve input. This is a bit more complicated than I thought!

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After checking your pictures out they look like there out of a 2002 chevy truck. You might check and see if a auto parts store has a Chiltons book on 2002 truck. Some Chilton books have wiring diagrams in them.
Your wiring color should be the same color code as 1995 and up. The only thing that will differ would be the design of the switch.
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I am actually looking for that exact switch for my 2000 silverado. I busted it apart to replace the driver window switch and figured out it has a complete circuit board not just a switch so I am tempted to search the junk yard in search of another, unless you want to sell yours and start over with a different switch?
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