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    Done some more working out on wiring, the master window switch (that I dont have) has some diodes and possibly a transistor built in if the dia can be taken as true. Just need to work out if the window switches work by earthing motor or send a feed, they have a permanent live to motors so not sure. For some reason the dia shows all window motors connected by a wire that is not shown as going to anything else, now you know why my brains frazzled.

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    Most electric window systems have a feature where you can raise or lower all windows from the remote locking fob, anything to do with that?
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    Well I know little about electric windows ?

    However I assume they use a DC motor so you would need to reverse the voltage to get them to move both up and down ?

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    On the wiring diagram there are 2 wires that go to switch and one has down arrow and the other is up, this then goes to isolator switch for rear. but where it goes from inside the master switch I am having trouble working out.

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    Usually Lecky windows are power to both sides of the motor, then a switch in each line breaks that connection and earth's that side of the motor.. you can do it with 2 momentary change over switches.

    That way you can add an additional set of switches, so drivers side can control drivers and passenger windows, and the passenger side switch(es) can be added to control passenger side
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    The original rear switches will work to change direction, looks like I was correct in assuming the switch then goes to earth.

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    Steering lock came this morning complete with column , had a look on the bay and found new German barrel and keys for just over a tenner delivered. Wiring sort out tomorrow maybe.

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    Ign key and barrel came next day and it fits! Spent last 3 days stripping out stuff from loom, sorted window switches I think. Its not the same as wiring diagram as there is a brown earth wire that's not shown. Now have to find out if centre locking will work without tailgate and rear door locks , cut wires out but left enough to reconnect. There's still more to come out and some to rejig , relay board will have to go to left of column and that's tight for room

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    Well have a box full of wiring striped out of loom and still more to come, next thing is mount ABS unit so I can work out where to drill bulkhead for loom grommet holes. Will have to get a 62mm hole saw for the big one, have one for the other hole. Tried to find screen wash pump wires but nothing that matches colours in chart, meter job then.

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