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Date Registered: 12-2004
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Did you also work-out how can the passenger window go up automatically without holding the control up/down until it's closed or opened?


Perhaps it might be possible to wire the front passenger window to the front driver window?? emoticon

Maybe not as dumb an idea than it might sound?? emoticon

Generally if you drive with your windows down, you drive with both front ones down, I know I do. And for Jamie, perhaps wire up the sunroof at the same time, emoticon

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Date Registered: 10-2006
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Perhaps it might be possible to wire the front passenger window to the front driver window?? emoticon

Maybe not as dumb an idea than it might sound?? emoticon



Not a dumb idea at all Noel.
I was actually thinking of somehow wiring the passenger switch as a "change-over" so that the mechanism on the driver's switch would operate as normal, but with the passenger's switch pushed, the driver's switch would auto-open the passenger's window emoticon (if you can understand the logic here).
Of course, it would also do the opposite if you pulled up the passenger's switch and also pulled up the driver's switch.

This will be a much bigger mod for the circuitboard but I'm interested to check it out sometime (after my 4WD circuit mod). emoticon

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It works when opening it - one touch and it goes by itself for 3/4 of the way and then you have to press and hold for the last 1/4, maybe this can be reversed????? emoticon



This looks like a Series 2 feature Jamie.
I'll check my switch but I do not think mine has an auto-close function at all emoticon

Always like to come 'round for a BBQ and drink when in the area buddy and I'll help ya out with any mod emoticon

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Kev and Noel,

I thought about the exact method last night as well, but decided not to voice it because I think the passenger window will require some sort of modification/addition to the mechanism itself for the window to give some sort of signal when it reaches the top to shut off the relay.

Not sure if you guys know this already but the driver's side window has an auto retracting sensor if something is stuck between the edge of the glass and the door frame.

Try sticking a towel in there while pressing the window switch to go up (one touch only) and see what happens when the window hits the towel emoticon

Very nice feature indeed and Nissan should have thought of doing this to all windows as a safety measure, especially with the young ones at the back.

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What about if you were to buy a 'left hand drive' window control board from overseas and put this into our passenger door and try to wire it up. You would of course have to buy the whole arm rest component for the door.

Would the auto up/down controls work that way? Wire the left hand door up for the left window and leave the right hand door set for the right hand window. (left field thought)

The locking mechanism and opening of the back windows could work in sync and the front windows separate?

Now this will really get your thinking caps rotating, won't it????????? emoticon

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Not sure if you guys know this already but the driver's side window has an auto retracting sensor if something is stuck between the edge of the glass and the door frame.



Yes Jalal, you may recall I actually mentioned it to you at your place and that's where we tried it out with the towel emoticon

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Very nice feature indeed and Nissan should have thought of doing this to all windows as a safety measure, especially with the young ones at the back.



Totally agree but I don't think even the high-end luxury euro cars have this.

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What about if you were to buy a 'left hand drive' window control board from overseas and put this into our passenger door and try to wire it up. You would of course have to buy the whole arm rest component for the door.

Would the auto up/down controls work that way? Wire the left hand door up for the left window and leave the right hand door set for the right hand window. (left field thought)



Sorry Jamie,
This would not work because the left-hand controls would have their own cpu which would also need the corresponding encoder and wiring harness in the left-hand window winding mechanism.
Theoretically you could buy all this stuff and fit it but I think it would be cost-prohibitive for the benefits.

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Oh yeah, I remember I tried it with someone from the forum in my driveway. hehehehe emoticon

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