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Old 02-26-2009, 01:05 PM
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please i need help asap...I just purchased a left window switch for my 1989 260e , there are 5 wires to connect to switch pins..but i have no idea what color wire goes to what pin. the window is in the down position and it is FREEZING here in Wisconsin. i have tryed several combinations but keep blowing fuses please ...HELP


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Old 02-26-2009, 01:09 PM
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please i need help asap...I just purchased a left window switch for my 1989 260e , there are 5 wires to connect to switch pins..but i have no idea what color wire goes to what pin. the window is in the down position and it is FREEZING here in Wisconsin. i have tryed several combinations but keep blowing fuses please ...HELP
When I've been stuck in that situation, I just swap the bad switch with one of the other ones to put the window up and get home.

Aren't the wires in the socket that the switch plugs into?
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I've got two PDF files for you that might help. Too big to upload here (only 175k each, not big at all...). PM me with your email.
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slk230red..unfortunatly ( like a dummy ) i had removed the old switch WITHOUT recording the wire color code to pins.
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Old 02-26-2009, 01:30 PM
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Isn't it the same as the other switches around it?
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Sent him two pages of the FSM with the power window wiring diagram. I don't know why the connectors aren't there either... Maybe someone removed the back to try to troubleshoot, and then all the wires fall out of the connector body when it's removed from the switch.
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Old 02-26-2009, 01:41 PM
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please i need help asap...I just purchased a left window switch for my 1989 260e , there are 5 wires to connect to switch pins..but i have no idea what color wire goes to what pin. the window is in the down position and it is FREEZING here in Wisconsin. i have tryed several combinations but keep blowing fuses please ...HELP
Look at the passenger switch plug. Should be similar.
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HOW WONDERFUL !

I would like to thank everyone for your responses to URGENT NEED HELP !
especially JonL...THANK YOU SO MUCH for the PDF wiring diagram you sent me...window now works great !
What an AWESOME SITE / FORUM
Thank you JonL


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