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Installing an Electric Life Power Window Kit
In a 1996 Volkswagen Golf
With the regulators mounted and working, its time to get our wiring underway. We're going to start right in the middle of the car. The blanking plate just below the air conditioning controls is carefully pried off. We also pulled out the switches to the left of it to give us a little more room to work. This is where our rear window switches will mount.
The rear wiring loom is spread out and the connector block that mates with our switch is pulled up and into the switch opening using a fish tape. The rest of the loom remains behind the center console for now. A hanger wire or large gauge electrical wire could also be used in place of the fish tape to aid in pulling the wires through the small cramped openings in the center console.
Our new switch is plugged onto the loom and pressed into place on the center console. This switch not only allows the driver to open and close the rear windows, it also allows the driver to lock out the rear window switches, preventing infants in the rear seat to operate the windows (center button with window logo).
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