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Old 10-15-2006, 10:32 AM   #1
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s14 window switch is different

my window switch is messed up on my 95 s14. i bought another one but it has a different connector. i'm guessing it's from 97-98. is there anyway i can put just the drivers side window switch on the 95 panel or is it all 1 piece?
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Welcome to 10 years ago. 95s use an external amp, 96-98s were redesigned due to switch problems and use an internal amp, therefore with a different plug. You can swap the door harness to a later model and use the 96-98 switch.

And I know for certain I've typed that same thing at least four times on here.
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Old 10-15-2006, 10:13 PM   #3
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Welcome to 10 years ago. 95s use an external amp, 96-98s were redesigned due to switch problems and use an internal amp, therefore with a different plug. You can swap the door harness to a later model and use the 96-98 switch.

And I know for certain I've typed that same thing at least four times on here.
thank you for your post. i got confused with the little amp box b/c courtesy nissan listed the amp for 95-98. so i thought all had external amp. no wonder my friend couldn't find one on his 97
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Shit! My situation and my search has landed me here. And now I understand what my problem is. I purchased both a Window AMP and a new Windows switch for my 96 240.

I received and replaced the switch first, and my drivers side windows still wont roll up.

So i figured it was the amp. That came in yesterday, and I went to install it, and cannot find where it goes.

I PM'd the guy i bought the amp from to find out where this thing goes. I guess now, he's gonna think im an idiot, and tell me its the "switch" plug.

Anyone got any suggestions as to why, with a new switch/amp, my drivers side window still doesnt work?

(And does anyone need an external amp? LOL)
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If the switch is in fact good, the motor is dead. There's no other part in the driver side circuit.

And thank you for searching, you get a positive rep just for that.
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Welcome to 10 years ago. 95s use an external amp, 96-98s were redesigned due to switch problems and use an internal amp, therefore with a different plug. You can swap the door harness to a later model and use the 96-98 switch.

And I know for certain I've typed that same thing at least four times on here.
So can swap the 95 harness into the new door? Or am I screwed?
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So can swap the 95 harness into the new door? Or am I screwed?
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Welcome to 10 years ago. 95s use an external amp, 96-98s were redesigned due to switch problems and use an internal amp, therefore with a different plug. You can swap the door harness to a later model and use the 96-98 switch.

And I know for certain I've typed that same thing at least four times on here.
literally the second post on the page.

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So can swap the 95 harness into the new door? Or am I screwed?
You can only swap the 95 door harnes to 96-98. If you try to downgrade your your 96+ car to 95 your car will catch on fire.
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