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Old 05-03-2017, 07:57 PM
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Default Rear Window Doesn't work Unless Door is Open

So, I have a very confusing situation. My rear left window will work unless the door is open. This is true from both the driver switch and rear left passenger switch. I have pulled the boot within the door jam and nothing appears to be broken. I closed the door latch manually to trick the truck in to thinking the door was closed (interior lights go out) and window still works while open so it doesn't appear to be an electrical draw issue on that door.

Once I start to roll down the window, it will stop once the door has been completely closed. It acts as if there is a break in the wiring harness within the door wire boot, but it is not case. I can smash that boot in all different directions to try and get it to stop while the door is open yet it continues to work.

Any ideas? By the way, does someone have a pin-out description of that rear left window switch connector that I could reference?
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