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Date Registered: 10-2006
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Power Window Relay


Can anybody tell me where i might find the power window relay. i have searhced on here and on google but with no success. i am hoping to take the relay out and replace with a 10 amp wire so that the car does not have to be in the "on" position for the windows to work. If anyone has already done this i would love to hear how.
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Here is the diagram showing the power windows components (including the relay)

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Let us know how you go with this mod. It hasn't been done before.

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Hey Scott,
If you would like another brain working on this as well, I would be glad to bounce things about with you as I have thought of doing a mod where the windows work in the ACC position but not really been able to look at it until now without the service manual to look at.

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Date Registered: 03-2006
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I too have pondered on this in the past ... maybe we could also look at installing a timer that allows the power windows to operate for a couple of minutes only after the car is turned off ... I always find a window down after I have turned the car off and pulled out the key, which is a hassle.

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Date Registered: 10-2006
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The manual for my car says (pg1-30) "the driver's power window operates for about 15 minutes after the ignition key is turned to the OFF position until driver's door is opened once and closed (if so equipped)."

My ST doesn't do it, I wonder if someone with a TI could try it? If so, it would be a good retro-fit for the rest of us.

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Not on my 2005 Ti. No power, no window closing. (It's a pain mind you, especially since my Ford has this feature)

I'm guessing since I haven't looked at my manual but it's probably just a different type of a window control module with a delay circuit.

If you are really interested, I can have a bit of a search. (I have a UK workshop manual which is a bit different to the Asian manual)
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I am also guessing the same Andrew and actually wonder if it is as simple as replacing the current power windows relay with a time delay relay which will retain the accessories power (including windows) for a specified amount of time (I think it can go upto 20 mins)

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Date Registered: 09-2005
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I was just looking at that option Jalal... that's probably the easiest option. I had a look at rs-components for such a relay but there aren't any that come cheap...

I was also thinking of the option that instead of removing the power window relay... because it has its own base/socket etc... put an interposing timer relay between the fuse terminal and the existing relay.... but that still requires what could be an expensive timer. I haven't done exhaustive searching yet.

The other option I thought of (house mates car had it once) is that you could try and get into the remote locking circuit and when the car is locked, the windows close.... would be a bit harder obviously.. I havent had a look at the manual for that yet.



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The manual talks about this function only briefly. What I do see on the "block" wiring diagram is a CPU between the main swith and the door relays. Strange thing is, there is no other reference to it in the "main" wiring diagram.

From what I can make out, this must mean that a timer is built into the main switch or the actual door relay.

Maybe someone with an up to date parts manual can track it down. (Jalal?)
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Andrew,

This is the power window diagram I have for the RHD models

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