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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-31-2019, 03:00 PM Thread Starter
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How old is your battery? Many threads here of weird stuff happening and going away with a new battery.
Any chance you can find the wiring diagram for the connectors and the master switch. I’m getting this clicking noise from it and it only stops when I remove the red&black... the one with 4-9 volts on it.
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post #12 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-31-2019, 04:36 PM
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Any chance you can find the wiring diagram for the connectors and the master switch. Iím getting this clicking noise from it and it only stops when I remove the red&black... the one with 4-9 volts on it.
Not sure what you want. The first pic in post #2 is the front and passenger window diagrams.

I've attached two drivers connectors. They both say "without AXE." I believe AXE is power windows, so something seems incorrect there. Maybe mislabeled. The 1st pic in Post 2 appears to have X2 as it's connector.

Good luck.
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post #13 of 14 (permalink) Old 08-11-2019, 05:14 PM Thread Starter
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Connected to the master switch in the driver door there are four different connectors. One is a black and red wire labeled J1.
There is a grey 14 pin connector labeled J4. A brown 8 pin connector labeled J2, a black 10 pin labeled J3 and a white 10 pin labeled J7.

I believe the image you sent was J7... its a 10 pin but only 8 spots are being used.

What I am trying to narrow down, what does each connector control? It appreas J7, the one you sent, should be the windows. I am beginning to suspect the power locks are causing an overload or short of some kind (i have found the switch to be active and working but stop as soon as the locks are engaged).

Are you able to identify the other connectors? Or at least the one responsible for controlling locks?
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Connected to the master switch in the driver door there are four different connectors. One is a black and red wire labeled J1.
There is a grey 14 pin connector labeled J4. A brown 8 pin connector labeled J2, a black 10 pin labeled J3 and a white 10 pin labeled J7.

I believe the image you sent was J7... its a 10 pin but only 8 spots are being used.

What I am trying to narrow down, what does each connector control? It appreas J7, the one you sent, should be the windows. I am beginning to suspect the power locks are causing an overload or short of some kind (i have found the switch to be active and working but stop as soon as the locks are engaged).

Are you able to identify the other connectors? Or at least the one responsible for controlling locks?
Can't find anything called J2, J4, J7. If you look at the first two drwgs in Post #2, you'll see what's going to it is called X2, and what I sent you is called X2. Don't know where the "J's" are coming from.

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