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Icon5 Power windows/locks mod?

Ok so I'm wondering if I got the stuff from a junked ranger, how difficult would it be to switch to power window and locks? And has anyone ever done it on here? Also what would you pay for the stuff
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if u got all the wiring harness' shouldn't be hard at all
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I heard it was a pain in the ***, but its because you have to run all the wiring and change the harnesses and all that fun stuff. Possible, but its up to you if its worth it
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