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Old 02-05-2011, 04:41 PM
mfernandes mfernandes is offline
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Default quick question needs quick answer

Hi pals, im about to convert my manual windows, locks and mirrors into power (Clinton is sending me the first stuff right now).

I found at eBay a guy whos selling both doors complete harness, which includes all the wires and connectors for power windows, locks and mirrors (everything is included, all OEM).

Que quick question is:

are both, passenger and driver harnes from a 1994 Ranger the same as the 1996 Ranger?

I know the buttons are different, I care about the connectors and all the wires layout

1994 left harness:


1994 right harness:


Thank you very much!!!
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Old 02-10-2011, 05:38 PM
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Default Re: quick question needs quick answer

I think theres a wiring info sticky just a above this post

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