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    Power Window Part Name or #

    Gentlemen,

    I'm trying to find out the name or # of a part related to my power window. I've checked past threads here and its been referred to as "regulator", "window regulator box", "amplifier", "relay", "thingy". Can anyone tell me EXACTLY what this thing is called so I can try and locate it? Better yet not only what to call it but where to find it cheap as well?

    Obviously its located within the door panel, its white, rectangular, about the size of a cigarrette pack, and on it its marked:

    AMP ASSY-AUTOP/W

    28515 60V00

    ET881 12V

    307 JIDECO 307

    30723S

    Any help would be much appreciated!

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    Power Window (cont'd)

    Some more names i've encountered:

    "Power window relay"
    "Window amplifier"
    "Controller Box"

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    Question Answered

    For future reference should anyone need to know...

    The Infiniti dealership does refer to this part as a "Power Window Amplifier" and I was told the part# is B851560U85. Cost is 63.38 from Scottsdale Infiniti.

    If your window aint working but your motor seems fine, the fuse seems fine and your switch is ok this just might be the culprit. It was for me. Heads up.
    Last edited by 93.5g20nyc; Apr 29, 04 at 12:49 PM.

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    Same for me, I pulled mine apart & resolded a solder point that had failed.

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    I re-soldered the bad point, but my window still does not work.
    I have tried the amplifier with two motors that have no more than 2.2 Ohms of resistance (.7 and 2.1 Ohms) when I touch the terminals with the multimeter leads. (I believe the motors to be good.)
    No luck.
    The power windows fuse is good.
    How can one tell if the window switch is bad?

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    check for a resistance change across the switch when it is activated

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    Thanks Greenless. I appreciate it. I am going to try what you have suggested here.
    I meant to post my question in a different thread, so I'll continue my inquiries at the thread -----> http://www.g20.net/forum/showthread....71#post1614971

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