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Old 04-02-2017, 06:58 PM
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I cleaned all of the connectors (with elect connector cleaner) in the drivers front door and removed the switch panel and sure enough, the switches are corroded. Fortunately the GW came with a bunch of new parts. I installed a brand new switch panel and the front windows and lock actuators work just fine. The rear doors took a turn for the worst. The drivers rear window barely goes down and has to be pushed up. It now only has 8.4 volts and none at the pass. rear window which, is inop along with both of the rear lock actuators. I'm double checking all the connectors that I cleaned up.

Tell me again why we do this... Oh yeah, it's fun and relaxing...LOL!
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