If you're familiar with door locks,
then window modules will be a breeze. Most connections are identical to a
five wire alternating (+) 12 VDC door
locking sytem. Others will require grounding
one of the motor legs during up and down operations as with
a four wire reversal door lock system.
Some modules will control four motor
legs to allow operation of two windows up and down. Some that control four motor legs
will only allow operation of four up or four down. Be sure to get the one(s) you need for your
In either case, the window module switch and motor wires will be connected in series to each
motor leg of each window you wish to control.
In addition the modules will require connections to (+) 12 VDC, ground, and at least one *auxilary
output of the alarm or keyless entry module. Others may include inhibits to prevent operation
when the ignition is on or when the alarm is armed. These can easily be wired to suit your
needs and omitted if not desired. Read your manual for details about your unit.
*Special applications will not necessarily require
any connections to the alarm or keyless entry module. These may be triggered by devices
such as feild disturbance sensors and other sensors and triggers.