Where is the center cabling box location for electrical windows right side

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Asked by Jan 07, 2017 at 10:54 PM about the 2006 Chrysler Sebring Touring Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Problem: Right side windows can't control.  
Usually this problem is the switches, but I confirm all the switches are good,
I can test them by a multimeter, both the center control switch in driver side
and the right passenge side switch are good. But I detect the same color
cable, some of them is broken. I understand the electrical diagram, I can
control the windows by direct use a battery to the cable connection, the
motor running and regulator can work.
someone know that, please tell me the location for all these type cable
collection or converge place.  
The diagram image is only electrical working mechanism.
Thank you and Blessing~

4 Answers

120,715

The common problem area is the tunnel between the door and the body, the wires flex everytime the door is opened and closed eventually they break, so you then have to pull through new wires and solder and shrink wrap the connections, the main plug is normally located behind the drivers side kick panel and you will need light.

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120,715

Thanks for the points, hope it goes well.

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Thank you Tennisshoes, I will try to check it when the summer come, do you know any basic instrument can check the broke point? I just know some use in building.

120,715

Ohm meters, its just that you have to gain access to the wiring and unplug the doors connector and measure connector to switch connection and that will show you open circuits.

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