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Old 01-08-2017, 05:19 AM
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As the title states, I am in need of a wiring diagram/schematic for the power window circuit on the 2005-2006 CRV. I have searched online and come up empty.

The issue I have is that the LR window goes down but not up.

The rear door switch is working properly. (It provides up/down + and has continuity through the switch for the -)

The PW motor is fine; hot-wiring moves the window appropriately.

I ordered a master window switch online, and the replacement switch functioned the same with regard to the LR window, but would not work the driver's window at all.

So I ordered a second master switch from same supplier, and LR still doesn't work. I would like to have the wiring diagrams to verify the switch, and also to check out the wiring in the vehicle.

May have to buy a Power Probe! New tool time...LOL

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Old 01-08-2017, 05:50 AM
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The motors are likely not specific to Honda. Look for any rear window wiring diagram, probably very close...
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Old 01-08-2017, 06:19 AM
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Thanks for the reply. The motors are actually very simple, 2 wire, DC.

BUT it is not the motor I am having issues with it is the WIRING and the master SWITCH.

The master switch has 21 terminals and therefore 21 wires attached to it. The wiring harness has little to no play (excess length) so it is a real pain in the butt to figure out, and would be much easier with a proper wiring diagram.

The color of the wire insulation, and the switch terminal configuration can and does vary by model, so using the incorrect diagram will only add to my frustration.
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Originally Posted by toemandooug View Post
Thanks for the reply. The motors are actually very simple, 2 wire, DC.

BUT it is not the motor I am having issues with it is the WIRING and the master SWITCH.

The master switch has 21 terminals and therefore 21 wires attached to it. The wiring harness has little to no play (excess length) so it is a real pain in the butt to figure out, and would be much easier with a proper wiring diagram.

The color of the wire insulation, and the switch terminal configuration can and does vary by model, so using the incorrect diagram will only add to my frustration.
What I was getting at is that since the motors are likely the same on many vehicles, the wiring to control them would be the same, or very close.

Understand though an exact diagram showing the colors would be the best plan.
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Honda probably has standard colors:

http://i890.photobucket.com/albums/a...dowWiring2.jpg
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