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Mitchell diy wiring diagrams

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08 Sep 2019 16:45 #33480 by Mike0907
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I have a 2010 equinox Lt. Nothing wrong with vehicle. Just practicing on vehicle to follow up on chapter 2 switch inputs. Trying to learn. So I paid for mitchell diy wiring diagrams for the power window circuit and where it shows driver window switch, it only shows main power and ground wires. Other colors have no designation as to what they are so I can't follow the wire that doesn't go to the computer to figure out signal wire for by pass test. I would appreciate any help in this. It is a 2.4 ecotec motor vinyl w. Thank you.. sorry my name is mike.

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08 Sep 2019 19:23 #33485 by Cheryl
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I don’t think these windows are computer controlled from what I remember. Haven’t worked on one in awhile. Think there just hard wired from switch to window motors
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08 Sep 2019 21:09 #33487 by gav09
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Looking at that wiring diagram for the drivers door switch there are power, ground, and drivers window up and down outputs. The other motors are told to move by the LIN bus.

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09 Sep 2019 13:23 #33510 by Tyler
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Yeah, sorry Mike, these window switches aren't the best to practice on. :lol: It's all over a LIN network, so you won't be able to check inputs on this system.

If you want to play with swtich inputs, try the rear liftgate system. It's still got conventional switches that are reasonably easy to access. Just think about what you're doing, and keep your head clear if you signal for the liftgate to close. ;) The multifunction switch would be another option, but possibly more work to access.

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