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Power Rear Door Upgrade

Discussion in '6.9L IH & 7.3L IDI Diesels' started by pndwind, Jun 30, 2020.

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    pndwind Registered User

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    I found a 1996 parts truck with power rear doors and would like to swap to my 1992.
    Planning on taking both rear doors.
    What else do I need to pull off the parts truck to make the swap?

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    The driver's door window switch that controls all the windows. The wiring would be a help too.
     
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    I guess as much of the wiring I can get?
     
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    I would say yes. At least as much of the window control wiring as you can get. A wiring schematic for the 1996 would be helpful for this.
     
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    I don't know what all was involved with doing it, but the friend who owns this truck had this done (1997 F250, PSD). it was his wife's daily driver at the time. He also had the same guy install a remote start for the winter time. Again, I have no idea on what was all involved, but somehow, there was a delay between "ignition on" and the "start" functions of the remote in order to allow the glow plugs to cycle. This is the same one that he bought as a 1997 F250 Ex cab rollover and turned it into a crew cab.

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