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Have pic related on a 1974 Oldmobile. I think the model is a 98.

Window switch busted to pieces. Looked all over online, asked /o, asked a few forums, parts stores. Cannot find wiring diagram to save my life.

Has 9 wires and I haven't tested them yet but am I right in assuming that rather it be ground or hot connection that 1 wire feeds it and the other 8 are window up and down wires for the 4 windows?

If so I would very much like to just mount 4 momentary 3 way toggle switches on the dash so that i can roll my windows up and down.

At any rate a diagram would be very useful so I can cut this rusty old plug off and get my windows up for the winter until I figure out how to fix it.

Any ides besides kms?
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https://www.betterworldbooks.com/product/detail/buick-oldsmobile-pontiac-full-size-models-1563922479?utm_medium=onr_paidshopping&utm_source=google
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Just make a new relay harness yourself. Find a decent looking switch panel, locate a hot wire and a ground, and hook it up yourself.

t. Doing this when I put '98 Cherokee doors on my '89 Comanche.




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