Power OR Manual Locks/Window conversion
Ok here's the deal, I've got a 2000 dak RC Sport and I'm replacing the damaged Passenger door before I take to the Body shop. I ended up buying another RC door but its a power door. My truck has manual lock/crank doors....
I popped the plug for the door loom out and there was only one wire plug running from the chassis harness into the door. The power door has 2 connectors.....I'm temped to convert it to power doors/windows but after reading several threads and you gotta basically pull the entire interior apart to run the "stock" plug n play harness I dont think its worth it....
UN-less I can just run the power side of the door motor to a power source and ground the other??? and use the switch in between or would I need a relay?
ON THE FLIP SIDE...has anyone ever changed a power door to crank???? The door regulator//locks should just swap over from my door into the new door? I
might have to drill some rivits out to get the window reg. track assembly out or ?
Im dont care if its a hard swap or having to modify it but are the door shells same? they should be identical and the window regulators will swap and simply bolt in?
ANY HELP would be appreciated.
I had a chance to pickup 2 crank doors from a guy on here at carslile. Instead I screwd myself. I shoulda just bought a crank door. :huh: DOHH
2000 Dakota Sport 3.9, 2" Reflexxion Cowl Induction Hood, STREET SCEENE GEN2 Front Bumper, Shaved Door Handles, Clear corners, Thrush twochamber muffler 2 1/2" duals, Sir Michaels Roll pan, LED Taglite (daily driver)
1934 Plymouth Coupe
454/th400, 10" 3500 stall, 4.10s, Moser axles, Full MSD ignition, 4" drop axle, reverse eye spring, '40 spindles/bones,4-link, Driveshaft loop, M/T Radir Cheater slicks
Last edited by RustyCoupe; 08-08-2010 at 01:27 AM.