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Installing an Electric Life Power Window Kit
In a 1996 Volkswagen Golf
The rubber boot in the door jamb is pulled loose from the plastic block. The outer nut (locking ring) is twisted to the left and the wiring connector block is pulled away from the white block in the door jamb. The drivers door harness is passed through the rubber boot and the wires are plugged into the cavities as per the wiring diagram. The red, green, black and brown wires in the lower right photo are the wires that we added to the connector. These 4 wires will mate with the 4 wires that we plugged into the block above the kick panel. When all of the wiring is in place, the connector is plugged back into the block and the locking ring is rotated to the right to lock the connector in place.
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