Dual auto windows.

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  1. badxtc

    badxtc kirby's bitch

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    Hi guys. I want to know of there is anyway to make the passenger side window full auto like the drivers one.
    . What would I need to do to make this happen .
    Is it as simple as getting a driver's window switch and wiring it in.

    Cheers alex
     
  2. zx299

    zx299 Well-Known Member

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    Could be possible .....

    You would also need an amplifier and two of the switches in the assembly would be redundant, and the passenger side could still be isolated by the switch on the drivers side.

    Seems like a lot of mucking around for little benefit :confused:
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    Try finding the LHD switch and trim plate.
     
  4. badxtc

    badxtc kirby's bitch

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    The amp is in the switch itself from what I understand ( but I dont know.)

    Would not need a left hand drive car just need another drivers side switch and try and make it work.

    If the amp is in the switch then I don't see why I can't do it.

    Any objections?

     
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    zx299 Well-Known Member

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    The amp is NOT part of the switch.......

    it is a totally separate item.

    Nobody is saying you can't do it, anything is possible if you put the time and effort into it. I just don't see a great benefit in the end result (and it might end up looking like a dogs breakfast :eek:)
     
  6. badxtc

    badxtc kirby's bitch

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    Nuh ... you know what . I'm gonna give it a go.

    Now where is the amp ?
     
  7. SrAfciGeR

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    Image represents the power window circuit:

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    You can make it work if you use: LHD side switch and another AMP box.
    You'll need to run White, Orange, Blue, Gray wires like on driver side to the passenger door and wire up the amp and switch (same as on driver side).

    This way you copy driver side. however there are some control for the passenger side on that circuit, but my car is not near me and I can't confirm if there is any switches on driver side that control passenger side window at all?
     
  8. badxtc

    badxtc kirby's bitch

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    thank you sir ,
    question tho , why can i make it work with a right hand drive switch , they would be the same no ?
    so putting a right and side one onto the left hand side , is what im saying , an amp box we can get here locally .

    i would think they work the same way ,
    i need to look onto the switch itself as well as i think the auto switch is a 2 stage switch and the ( drivers side panel ) is a one way switch , i need to have a look at them , i want to do it , so ill get on it and whats going on with it , im sure i can make it work tho ,
     
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    I used a DEI 530T power window roll up module (now 535T) to control both drivers and passenger side windows.
    Uses all the stock window switches to give one touch up/down control (and partial opening/closing). The 530T
    can also be linked into an alarm system to control windows from alarm remote. I left the OEM power window
    amplifier in place (in case I needed to unwind the install). The install was pretty straightforward (door cards off)
    and the module has been reliable.

    [​IMG]
     
  10. SrAfciGeR

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    LHD switch only to look as same as the other side (symmetrical)
    If you think that RHD will fit there... Go with it...

    This is the Driver side switch on the left and I only see single control for drivers side alone.
    [​IMG]

    I would only pay attention about central locking wiring. So it goes from original circuit, even if you have to leave old switch loose in side the door just to run +ve wire to the actuator...
    From the circuit I can see that there is Lock switch but I can't see if that Amp actually sends the signal to the actuators or not?
     

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