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Old 01-04-2013, 04:45 PM   #1
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Wiring diag for power mirrors

Hi gang .... I'm working on an '89 full size Dodge van, vin no: 2B6JB31Y1KK354409. This van is a Coach House conversion but the power mirrors are factory. I have no power to the switch and I don't know where that power is supposed to come from. All 10 glass fuses in the box under the glove box lid are good. The switch has an 8 wire pigtail which best I can tell is 4 wires for each side. It's a "joystick" type control and you turn the knob left or right to select the mirror youwant to adjust. I did verify mirror motor operation by supplying outside power via the plug. Any help is appreciated!

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Old 01-10-2013, 11:20 AM   #2
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I was working for Dodge at that time, if all the fuses are good then I would suspect a broken wire, between the fuse box and the joy stick; and here is where memory fails me. Is the joy stick in the dash or in the door ? The door type wiring harness was prone to breaking in the flex area between the door hinges. The joystick also requires a good ground. I'll dig around if I find a wiring diagram I'll re-post.
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