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Old 07-12-2015, 01:04 PM   #1
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2004 9-3 Window Electrical Diagrams

Hi - I am new to this forum. I have searched for info here and on the net but end up empty handed and frustrated. Just purchased a 2004 9-3 Linear (I believe - it's not an Arc or Aero) and am finding it has a problem with the passenger side electric windows. They will not operate at all with the up/dn buttons. I removed the right rear door panel and was able to operate the window by pulling the plug and directly connecting the motor to 12VDC. If I had a diagram showing the entire circuit, from battery to the window motors I could likely troubleshoot this problem in an hour. Without that I am blind. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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Old 07-14-2015, 02:14 AM   #2
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Found burned trace on RR door panel control module. Repaired trace, re-assembled and now the window and lock work again. Lock System Failure warning has finally stopped coming on. Will pull RF door panel tomorrow and hope for a similar cure for it window issue. For the record: The warning in the WIS about needing a Tech 2 before removing the control module seems to apply only if you are replacing the module. I had no trouble disconnecting the control module and putting it back in.
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Old 07-15-2015, 03:14 PM   #3
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Am I talking to the wall here? Is this forum dead? Was hoping to find someone who knows more about these issues than I do.
I pulled the RF door panel to find someone had been there before me - inside lining sliced up with a knife for "easy access" and the removal clip broken off of the large control module connector. Forcing voltage to the motor does nothing - motor clicks but does not turn. An ohm meter reading shows a short, less than 1 ohm between the terminals. The rear window motor read ~ 156 Ohms when I tested it. I am also not getting voltage from the control module to the motor. I expect it to supply ~ 12VDC to the motor and reverse polarity between up and down on the window switch. So it looks like I might need a motor and a control module for this one. Please let me know it I am in the right place to ask for assistance... I would love to have detailed window / lock wiring diagrams and even schematics for the control modules. I am probably expecting too much.
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