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Old 07-28-2002, 06:57 PM
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126 Rear Passenger Window Wiring

As I was taking out the back window motor on this 1984 500SEL to replace the plastic piece that sides in the track, I got the wires to that door panel switch mixed up. Is there anybody out there know which color wire goes in what hole. ex. Green/yellow goes to #4...... Thanks a bunch.
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Old 07-28-2002, 08:19 PM
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Sorry, it is the Right (passenger) rear door. The switch has a total of 6 wires to it. I know 1 is green, 2 is black (number is stamped on wire). The rest of them I don't know. I have a Brown, Blue/white, Green/Red, and Blue one left. Pretty sure blue is 6 since there was a sticker on it, then fell off in all the mess getting those wires loose to take out the motor. There is another switch for the reclining rear seat next to the window switch. It has a bunch of wire to it to. Thanks.
Bill
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Old 07-28-2002, 08:42 PM
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I'm the one that missed that the right side was the window in question, you had in on the subject line and I missed it. Here is the whole socket assignment for that connector:
1 green with white stripe, to window motor
2 Black with yellow stripe, to window motor
3 Green with red stripe, from window switch in console
4 Brown, ground wire as provided from safety switch in center console (small sliding switch to disable kids from rolling down windows and throwing things at friendly Hells Angel at stop light)
5 Vacant
6 Blue, illumination for switch
7 Black with a white stripe, from from window switch in console.

On your car having the green and black in #s 1 and 2, I would assume the window motor was changed at some point and the motor wiring is different from the original, no more stripe on the wire, so green with white stripe is now just green, and the black with yellow stripe is now just black.

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Old 07-28-2002, 08:47 PM
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I'll go try it. Be right back.............
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Old 07-28-2002, 09:01 PM
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Gilly.....You da man!! Thanks a bunch. Works like a charm. Saved me a big headache and a bunch of fuses. Next time I will take more care when taking those switch connectors apart.
Best wishes
Bill

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Old 07-28-2002, 10:15 PM
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No prob Bill. Those can be hard to get out of there. You should only have to remove the 2 wires running to the motor, easier said than done I think though. I think I've gotten them reversed before too...."what the heck, the owner will figure it out".....nope, better not, take panel off again.....

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ps I deleted my original answer to your question, I had the original answer all messed up, as you probably noticed.
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