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Old 02-03-2020, 09:38   #1
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Smile Evo V - Electrical gremlins

Recently import a Evo V - and enjoying it so far. Getting a few bits and bobs done when the weather permits !

So some electrical gremlins at the moment.
I've noticed the rear windows are the wrong way around on the controls. i.e. you put down the back left window but the back right opens and vice versa for the other window.
Also the front passenger window will not auto close, instead it will get so far, then go back down. I think its the anti hand trap mechanism.

I took apart drivers window control panel and can't see anything obviously wrong.

Any suggestions of things to try ? could it be a bad earth somewhere, or is there known points on the car that the "earths" go bad.
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Old 02-03-2020, 13:53   #2
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Also the front passenger window will not auto close, instead it will get so far, then go back down.
- mine does exactly the same as this...I just don't let people open the window.

I've not had it looked at and probably won't as there are too many other wonderful ways to spend money and time on it!

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Recently import a Evo V - and enjoying it so far. Getting a few bits and bobs done when the weather permits !

So some electrical gremlins at the moment.
I've noticed the rear windows are the wrong way around on the controls. i.e. you put down the back left window but the back right opens and vice versa for the other window.
Also the front passenger window will not auto close, instead it will get so far, then go back down. I think its the anti hand trap mechanism.

I took apart drivers window control panel and can't see anything obviously wrong.

Any suggestions of things to try ? could it be a bad earth somewhere, or is there known points on the car that the "earths" go bad.
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Old 02-03-2020, 15:51   #3
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Maybe be worth buying another switch unit and seeing if that's any different?

They seem cheap enough....

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Mitsubish...EAAOSwFbdeSGcP
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