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Old 03-07-2009
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Icon8 Power Window Help!!!

Ok so dont judge but me and my girlfriend got in a big fight last night over stupid crap and i slammed my door and she jumped in front of it and i ripped the inside piece of my door panel off. No big deal its just clips well, i ripped all the wires out of my power window switch and need some help with all of the colors. I dont know which ones go where nor do i know where to get the little clip/connector thing that attches them. PLEASE HELP.



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Please help anyone i want my PW back
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Dang dude, how bad you bruise up your girl??

Lol, just take apart the passengers side...i'd bet they are the same. Otherwise someone else will chime in that has a factory manual to check colors and such.
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Didnt bruise her up lol it was only clips holding it it just. IDK. bad night.
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someone needs to go to anger management class... you might have broke the pins on that
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Thanks for the help wooo saaaaa ok im calm now help me with my PW problem LOL :please
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You'll probably need new switches. Way to go hulk
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Yea guys thanks LOL I dont need a new switch i dont think if you look at the Baby blue/black wire it has the pigtail connector still intact. Its just the other five that are broken off. I just need to get ahold of some of those my uncle owns an automotive buisness and used to work for ford so he is going to get me some. Hopefully that will solve my problems for the most part. I still need to find out which color wires go where on the switch
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