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snot536 06-24-2017 07:33 AM

pm sent for version 2

YJ-4BT 07-09-2017 01:28 AM

Paypal sent for #2 harness option Rick.👍🏼

earlb74 09-03-2017 12:46 PM

Option 3 install
 
Hi guys, who has the best write up on installing option 3?

earlb74 09-04-2017 11:58 AM

86 switch
 
Hey, I have an 86 and my switch is different, do you know how to make this work with my switch?


Quote:

Originally Posted by 8man
I got the Type 2 tailgate harness from Rick, and it was the 1st electrical option I ever tried to install. It was seriously easy! I wanted the remote open/close, and I had the window working in a couple of hours.

However, since I had a NOS dash switch,

I also wanted to use the stock dash switch. So when I got the new Painless harness wired in, I had power and a ground to the NOS switch, but when I powered up the system I had power to the NOS switch, the dash switch worked, but the remotes didn't work. What had I done wrong?

I called Rick and he was most kind and willing to help. We discussed the problem I was having and the first thing he said was "it's grounding out."

I had used the ground on the dash switch, so I cut the ground wire off the back of the switch. Still had the problem. So I started thinking about the door switches Rick helped me "rebuild" and thought about the ground inside the switch that had to be removed. That was my "AHA" moment.

So I grabbed a NOS dash switch, a drill and a small drill bit. I drilled heads off the two brads that held the switch to the metal housing. Holding the switch with the toggle up, I gently pulled the switch apart, because there is a small spring and a brass plate in there you don't want to fall out, and sure enough, I could see the ground plate.

With the toggle sitting on the bench, I took the back of the switch with the plugs on it, and drilled from the inside. I drilled the head off the brad holding the brass plate inside the switch. The brass plate just came right off and the ground pin pulled out from the back side. This left only the power in pin and the up and down pins on the back.

You can see the brass plate bottom left, the brad (with the head drilled off) and the plug pin bottom right, and the open switch (how it should look to function correctly) on top in the picture above.
I used 2 - 5.5 mm machine screws, with washer, lock washer and nut to put the switch back together and secure it to the bracket. Plugged it in, and I now have a dash switch and remote controlled rear window.

You can see the machine screw holding the switch and the bracket with the plug put back on it. It works well.

I now have a dash switch and remotes that work. If anyone wants this option, I strongly recommend doing it. If you have questions with Rick's harness he'll help, and since he helped me, if you need help with the switch, I'll help you with that.


earlb74 09-04-2017 01:29 PM

I finished my install and this kit is the best thing since sliced bread. I wish there were something out like this that would operate door locks and door windows.


Quote:

Originally Posted by earlb74
Hi guys, who has the best write up on installing option 3?


turtlehead 09-04-2017 04:30 PM

I'm super duper noob on the wiring side of life.

I've got all the wires run - up to the front and getting ready to attach the power to the starter solenoid.

And here's where the really basic questions start:

Ground... just screw it to the metal body of my 72 jeep? Or somehow connect to the ground on my battery?

And - on the window end of things - I was going to run the kill switch to keep the window from moving when the tailgate is down - but I'm gonna just skip past that and just wanna wire the window motor now.



So, what wires do I run to the two window wires? Is it the red wires attached to each other - one to one of the motor wires, and the other to the other motor wire and boom, we're done?

I read something about the blue wires... but not sure what I'm supposed to do there...

Thanks!!!

turtlehead 09-04-2017 04:32 PM

And, I guess to complicate things... if I did want to run the "door closed" switch - how would I wire that in?

thanks!

earlb74 09-06-2017 01:24 PM

Yes, I just screwed my ground to an existing spot on the fender well. You attach the motor wires to the 2 blue wires that are on the far left of the picture you posted. They are numbered one and 2.

Quote:

Originally Posted by turtlehead
I'm super duper noob on the wiring side of life.

I've got all the wires run - up to the front and getting ready to attach the power to the starter solenoid.

And here's where the really basic questions start:

Ground... just screw it to the metal body of my 72 jeep? Or somehow connect to the ground on my battery?

And - on the window end of things - I was going to run the kill switch to keep the window from moving when the tailgate is down - but I'm gonna just skip past that and just wanna wire the window motor now.



So, what wires do I run to the two window wires? Is it the red wires attached to each other - one to one of the motor wires, and the other to the other motor wire and boom, we're done?

I read something about the blue wires... but not sure what I'm supposed to do there...

Thanks!!!



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