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Old 09-23-2007, 08:14 AM
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How to wire a gm window switch

I just recently purchased a gm 2 window switch and I am trying to use it on my 4 wheel drive toyota, does anyone have any idea on how to wire this thing up. It is a chrome rectanguler switch with two switches built into one, and it has six leads on the back. Any response to this will be greatly appreciated.

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Here's a typical GM wiring schematic, courtesy of Docvette
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Thanks for the help, after searching on the web for a while a found this diagram here if anyone else needs help with this same problem. Although by looking at the diagram I beleive that there is an additional part needed to complete the wiring of this paticular switch.
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I've got a schematic from an electrical engineer friend, but it's not an electrical document-do you have a fax # you can PM me?
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