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Old 12-27-2012, 12:05 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by SouthArk370Z View Post
I've been unable to verify using the 2009 PWC FSM wiring diagrams, but I think that the system uses the window position encoders to shut off the motors when the windows reach their limits of travel, regardless of switch position. Auto-shutoff is necessary for auto-up/down operation and I doubt if the user is in direct control of manual operations (a la fly-by-wire accelerator pedal). But I can't be 100% sure without further research/experiments.
Tell that to my friend who is a Nissan tech who has replaced many PW motors on several different Nissan including the Z.

Books and shop manuals don't tell you everything.
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