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Left side electronic window relay location?

28 Feb 2024 09:58 #254673 by SFx124119
Hi, I have a Suzuki Jimny 2003 Right hand drive Manuel. 
The left side window has recently stopped moving after installing new speakers, I cant seem to find where the relay for the electric windows is located. Has anyone got a wiring diagram or know the location of the relays? Thanks. 

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28 Feb 2024 10:15 #254675 by DrRobin
I don't think there are any relays. I did find the following diagram


As well as this thread from a few years ago


The windows seem to use a common fuse, so if only one window is not working, it must be the switch, wiring or motor.

Did you take the door card off, or was it only new speakers in the foot well? Perhaps you caught a cable or dislodged a connector?


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28 Feb 2024 11:23 #254677 by Lambert
If the window suddenly stops working ensure that you have not inadvertently pressed the child lock button on the drivers side window switch panel.

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28 Feb 2024 16:56 #254682 by Phaeton
If it's not the switch on the drivers door there is a 2 pin connector in the passenger door you may have caught that whilst doing the speakers, you can test by either a multimeter or a bulb across the contacts. If it's not that it'll be the motor, not a bad job to change as the glass unbolts off the arms, getting it back in is easier than getting it out as you an then use the motor to get it in the right position to line the holes up.

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