Power Window Circuit Breaker

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Plazma
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Power Window Circuit Breaker

Post by Plazma » Mon Feb 20, 2017 1:00 am

Does anyone know where exactly the power window circuit breaker is? I'm looking for a picture of it.

Is it under the carpet under the drivers seat, or is it next to the power window motor in the B pillar pocket?

Also, how is it reset properly?

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Re: Power Window Circuit Breaker

Post by rallyak » Mon Feb 20, 2017 4:47 am

Under the carpet under drivers seat, and it auto resets.

64-1 is the diagram you want to look at. (Diagram courtesy of josh)
http://www.surrealmirage.com/subaru/fil ... tion04.jpg
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Re: Power Window Circuit Breaker

Post by Plazma » Mon Feb 20, 2017 6:22 am

rallyak wrote:Under the carpet under drivers seat, and it auto resets.

64-1 is the diagram you want to look at. (Diagram courtesy of josh)
http://www.surrealmirage.com/subaru/fil ... tion04.jpg

Thanks, so if it auto resets then my windows aren't working for another reason.

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Re: Power Window Circuit Breaker

Post by mike-tracy » Mon Feb 20, 2017 7:27 am

I had an issue with mine. The electrical plugs down there get water into them over time, usually from a leaky sunroof, but also from degraded door seals. I took my plugs apart and cleaned them best I could. And put dialectic grease around the contacts so water couldn't get in. That solved the problems for me, at least till my driver window motor died.
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Re: Power Window Circuit Breaker

Post by Plazma » Mon Feb 20, 2017 7:38 am

mike-tracy wrote:I had an issue with mine. The electrical plugs down there get water into them over time, usually from a leaky sunroof, but also from degraded door seals. I took my plugs apart and cleaned them best I could. And put dialectic grease around the contacts so water couldn't get in. That solved the problems for me, at least till my driver window motor died.

That's exactly the problem I ran into. Heavy CA rain created a lake in the back seat. I'm gonna roll the carpet and really get into it.

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