I/O = voltage in and out.When you say "check the I/O voltages at the driver side switch" I guess I'm not following...
If I swapped the 2 switches around and both operate the passenger window, doesn't that mean the switch is okay?
Can you instruct me on testing at the motor directly? Are you saying to use the leads from my meter on the plug coming from the switch?
Hey Mike,Okay, I'm starting to follow you. I actually went and bought a new motor when I took the old one apart and found the bushings okay. I spliced the new motor in without bolting it up, but still got nothing.
Since I've already got the old motor out I can just test it at the battery?
Then I'll check the circuit bringing power to the motor. Thanks for the link to the user guide.
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