power window relay mod

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I was wondering if someone could help me out. Im wanting to do the power window relay mod, my problem is im not positive on what wires to tap into and what not. could anyone help a brother out and let me know what wires do what and which ones i tap into. It would also be a huge help if you could include pictures or let me know which wires go to where on the relay. sorry about the noob question and i appreciate the help
 

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Im wanting to do the power window relay mod

Which mod are you referring to?
What year truck do you have?
Did it come originally with power windows?
 

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Which mod are you referring to?
What year truck do you have?
Did it come originally with power windows?
I'm referring to the dual relay mod that aids the window in going up and down in a faster motion using relays to pull power from the battery so it doesn't pull it through the switch. my truck is a 86 Silverado and came factory with power windows
 

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I'm referring to the dual relay mod that aids the window in going up and down in a faster motion using relays to pull power from the battery so it doesn't pull it through the switch. my truck is a 86 Silverado and came factory with power windows
I did it I posted my diagram somewhere on here. Well some one else’s with my own touches mostly the addition of a pair of diodes. I will try to find it.
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Found it there may be more pics in my build thread I’m not sure
 

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I did it I posted my diagram somewhere on here. Well some one else’s with my own touches mostly the addition of a pair of diodes. I will try to find it.
You better not let @CSFJ see that orange thingy. I downloaded it, so it doesnt matter if you delete the pic..... Lol
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I was wondering if someone could help me out. Im wanting to do the power window relay mod, my problem is im not positive on what wires to tap into and what not. could anyone help a brother out and let me know what wires do what and which ones i tap into. It would also be a huge help if you could include pictures or let me know which wires go to where on the relay. sorry about the noob question and i appreciate the help
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You better not let @CSFJ see that orange thingy.... I downloaded it, so it doesnt matter if you delete the pic..... Lol
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That was temporary for test purposes. It all got soldered and sealed up with heat shrink, and not the black stuff either. The clear with glue. The diodes got wrapped in fiberglass tape and rubber tape.
 

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That was temporary for test purposes. It all got soldered and sealed up with heat shrink, and not the black stuff either. The clear with glue. The diodes got wrapped in fiberglass tape and rubber tape.
Just giving you some crap... Lol. You talking vulcanizing tape? This stuff?
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Just giving you some crap... Lol. You talking vulcanizing tape? This stuff?
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No high voltage bugging tape. It’s for insulating motor lead connections.
 

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No high voltage bugging tape. It’s for insulating motor lead connections.
Ok. Haven't used it, but I'll give it a shot in the future. I like the vulcanizing tape since you can put it on, even after it gets wet. (Like in the rain...) Dry it off, stretch it, and it still sticks to itself.
 

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Ok. Haven't used it, but I'll give it a shot in the future. I like the vulcanizing tape since you can put it on, even after it gets wet. (Like in the rain...) Dry it off, stretch it, and it still sticks to itself.
That’s what this pretty much is. It’s not sticky, but it’s stretchy and sticks to itself.
 

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That’s what this pretty much is. It’s not sticky, but it’s stretchy and sticks to itself.
This stuff? Looks thinner than the stuff I've been using (which would be good)

Edit: i found it....

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