Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2004 08:58:15 +0100 From: Grunff <grunffnospam.com> Subject: Re: Anyone seen brother Grunff lately?
Paul Halliday wrote: > Okay. I do have the one touch down on the driver's side and when that > function engages, I hear a click under the rear seat. Ah, that's interesting. I think you may have a relay under the back seat :-) > Upon investigation, > there are two relays there. In the Haynes wiring diagram, under "later 900 > models", I can find the relay but the diagrams do not show the operation of > the switch itself. One of the relays under the rear seat is the same layout > and would appear to pertain to this function. > Having established that the motor is functional, next step is to find the > ground and trace from there. First to the switch and the from the switch to > the motor I don't think the latter (switch to motor) is the problem. The two wires going to the motor reverse polarity depending on whether you're going up or down. If one was damaged, you'd only see a missing ground at the motor when the switch is one way, not the other. > The switches would appear to push into the connectors only one way - I'll > certainly have a go though. If that's the case, where is the ground point? > I've pulled the switch panel out and removed the rear ashtray, but the looms > seem to run off somewhere that I can't immediately see. Not sure where it is on your car - I've never had a 900 with a window relay under the back seat. On my later 900s, there is a ground point under the carpet between the seats. You get to it by first removing the centre console. > Hmm. More investigations ... Thanks pal. Good luck. -- Grunff