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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Finally got around to cleaning

Finally got around to cleaning up the switch for the passenger window (common to the drivers door) on my '78 308. The window moves pretty fast so I thought I would clean up the switch on the passenger door also. The window doesn't move.

I will be checking voltage at the switch this afternoon but in the event the switch is unusable is there an equivalent/after market type switch that can be used in it's place or am I stuck with used or NOS Ferrari?
Thanks in advance, DJ
 
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DJ,

I'm not aware of an


DJ,

I'm not aware of any aftermarket switches that look and fit the same.

If it ends up you need a new switch, check prices with Jeff Howe @ Ferrari UK, thru the Ferrari Owners site. The prices and service can't be beat.
 
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No voltage to the switch so I

No voltage to the switch so I may have to pull the door apart to check the wiring. Fuse block checks out too. Bad/dirty connector somewhere methinks.

I just ordered some lenses from F of U.K. and they were very helpful in insuring I got the correct pieces. I had supplied the wrong P/N's and they caught it before they shipped. Great way to do business.
Thanks for the info, DJ
 
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DJ,

The motors operate on a


DJ,

The motors operate on a 2 wire system with a common ground. + on one up, + on the other wire down.

I'd recheck the fuses/relays for the source of + loss, or the Drivers door master switch.

Regards, JRV
 
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After running tests on the fus

After running tests on the fuse block and switching relays I think the Driver's master switch maybe a good call. I'm going to study the schematic some more so I can get a better idea of the convoluted routing of the system.

Thanks for the tip, DJ
 
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