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How to wire a rear window motor in a 1989 ford bronco

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Hi! do you still have the original motor and wire installed? You may just copy the wiring circuit before installation to save you time. Or if there are wiring harness from the junkyard then it may be just better. You'll have just to put them in. HOpe this helps and have a good one!

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