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Re: using front window switches for rear? M3/4 (archive)

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Posted by jm3 on May 16, 1999 at 21:09:58:

In Reply to: Re: using front window switches for rear? M3/4 posted by Bruce on May 16, 1999 at 21:02:39:

Well I assumed the motor isn't right below the switch! if it is what you say makes sense unless there is a way to disassociate the motor and the switch... in that case leave the motor where it is and move the switch.

: : Well, you are explaing the whole process. That is true that is the way it works!

: : But, We are not even going there! First, I dont think the motor is under the switch! If you pull the switch from the panel, what do you see? A couple or more wires going out to... I am only taking the switch(es) alongwith the connections undisturbed onto my lap or wherever I find it convenient to place, may be under my foot... That's it, EOS (end of story). This not a flame - just a clarification :-)

: Duh, the motor isn't there. Go ahead change the switches, IMO it is not going to work. I tried to explain it once, obviously you don't understand.




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