Manual Operation Front RH Window

With the power window control SW (Front RH) pulled to the up side, current flowing from TERMINAL 4 of the power window control SW flows to TERMINAL 3 to TERMINAL 4 of the power window motor to TERMINAL 5 to TERMINAL 1 of the power window control SW to TERMINAL 2 to TERMINAL PD of the master SW to TERMINAL E to GROUND and rotates the power window motor (Front RH) in the up direction. Up operation continues only while the power window control SW is pulled to the up side. When the window descends, the current flowing to the motor flows in the opposite direction, from TERMINAL 4 to TERMINAL 5, and the motor rotates in reverse. When the window lock SW is pushed to the lock side, the ground circuit to the passenger's window becomes open. As a result, even if Open/Close operation of the passenger's window is attempted, the current from TERMINAL E of the power window master SW is not grounded and the motor does not rotate, so the passenger's window can not be operated and window lock occurs.

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