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Wires pulled out of plug dont no place of wires in plug 2004 subaru forester on power window switch driverside

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    What are you asking?Your problem doen'nt make any sense



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Going to have to do the trial and error thing for the power window. connect them, try the window, if its wired backwards reverse connection. sorry can't be more help. if you have access to a wiring diagram, that would be your only other way to go

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Posted on Sep 28, 2009


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