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I meant going into the doors. The lock relay is mounted to the pedal brace in towards the firewall gas pedal side.
Right, but I'm talking power windows that's separate from the locks right??, and a whole different harness??.
 

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Right, but I'm talking power windows that's separate from the locks right??, and a whole different harness??.
On mine it’s all together like the one I have just laying here.
 

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On mine it’s all together like the one I have just laying here.
I'll have to look in Big red and see where **** is plugged in and see if JGG has the same thing, that sure would be nice..
 

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I'll have to look in Big red and see where **** is plugged in and see if JGG has the same thing, that sure would be nice..
If not I still have that extra harness.
 

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3 different door harnesses, 1) power locks, 2) power windows, 3) BOTH power locks & windows.
 

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It doesnt need to be complicated-it can be a sanitary and stock appearing upgrade. This image shows auto down added but the basic relay kit is seen here as well. This is as easy as it gets right here.

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My new to me 1988 K5 has a super slow passenger power window issue. It came with power windows from the factory. The previous owner claimed he replaced the motor and switch, which I believe he was a stand up dude. Do you think this upgrade kit will help my issue? How do I buy one? My Blazer is super clean and I love driving her. I want to fix all the little crap like this. The stupid windshield wipers don't shut off from the switch either, so annoying.
 

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The first thing to do is make sure your window sweeps are in good shape and arent causing any issue. Then, make sure the scissor assembly is greased really well as well as the roller track.

After that, as long as the wiring itself is in good physical condition (ie no frayed wiring @ the connectors) then yes basicaly a good relay kit is one which converts the switches to act as ground triggers only and this will provide more voltage to the motors. With more voltage the motors will react faster with more torque and will no donit with less amp draw-at least with my kits they do.
 

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The first thing to do is make sure your window sweeps are in good shape and arent causing any issue. Then, make sure the scissor assembly is greased really well as well as the roller track.

After that, as long as the wiring itself is in good physical condition (ie no frayed wiring @ the connectors) then yes basicaly a good relay kit is one which converts the switches to act as ground triggers only and this will provide more voltage to the motors. With more voltage the motors will react faster with more torque and will no donit with less amp draw-at least with my kits they do.


All new regulators as well. It all looks to be clean in the door. I would love to buy thise relays ;)
 

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Alright Bob-I’ll PM you some info!
 

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It doesnt need to be complicated-it can be a sanitary and stock appearing upgrade. This image shows auto down added but the basic relay kit is seen here as well. This is as easy as it gets right here.

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Have a link for this on a website?
 

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Not yet-we’ve got a lot of projects in the works tho!
 

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Not yet-we’ve got a lot of projects in the works tho!

So is your relay kit plug and play? What all do I need to do to install it? Is the auto down an option for a stock power window setup?

I lubed everything up and it's still slow. If your setup is plug and play I need one lol.
 

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