95 Grand Cherokee 5.2L
I'm trying to short pins on the harness on the driver door so that the passenger door switches work.
When I bought the Jeep, the windows worked but the driver door was toast. Hanging on the pins and the latch mechanism was destroyed so I switched out the door from a 97, which has a different harness connector.
Until I get time to switch out the harnesses, I need to short at the harness to make the switch on the passenger door work for the passenger window.
I tried using the wiring diagrams on this page - http://www.justanswer.com/jeep/24i2x...er-window.html
( half way down ) and I've yielded nothing.
I have to admit, my wiring diagram reading abilities are sup par, but this is what I took.
In order to supply positive(+) power to the door, I need to short out tan(TN) and yellow/grey(YL GY). In order to provide negative(-) power to the door, I need to short black(BK) and violet/white(VI WT) or brown/white(BR WT). This shouldn't do anything but allow the switch to operate.
This didn't work and I realize I must be missing something.
From what I see in the wiring diagram:
When I move the switch in the down position, tan->yellow/grey should create a connection with violet/white(+), and should create a connection between brown/white and brown(-). Providing polarized power for the motor to work in one direction.
When I move the switch in the down position, tan->yellow/grey should create a connection with brown/white(+), and should create a connection between violet/white and brown(-). Providing polarized power for the motor to work in the other direction.
So I SHOULD be able to short black with both brown/white and purple/white since the passenger side door should only use one of these connections at a time.