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Old 05-03-2012, 11:14 PM   #1
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EG civic power window help

hello all. i ran into a problem with my power window, lock, mirror conversion my 92 civic hatchback. basically everything works except the windows. i realized that i was missing the p/w relay after wiring everything up and removing the glass to install the regulators.

now the problem is that after searching for a part number i ended up buying and trying to install a relay for 96-00 civic yes i know pretty dumb.lol.

so i was wondering (since i cant return the relay) and i have a bunch of these connectors:
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could i just wire it up to the fuse box? if so which prongs on the 96-00 relay would match the 92-95 fuse box? any help or insight would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 05-04-2012, 02:37 AM   #2
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ok did more research into relays and how they work etc. basically im going to take a chance and try wiring up EK relay to EG fuse box but i need the values EI. what are A, B, C, D's values (30, 85,86,87) on this picture.

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Thanks for the early morning reply SumAznGuy but i was looking more for the little numbers on the prong side of the eg civic p/w relay.thanks again for the reply
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c-d is the magnetic coil side (so you need to put one side to power and the other to a switching ground/vice versa/the window switch) a-b is the switching side/power (the direct power to whichever window you want to control.
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you can double check this because c-d should have some resistance, and a-b shouldn't have continuity unless you have a power on it
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success! thanks for the help! im not sure if honda still offers the relay for EG civic but this could be such an easy way to save a couple bucks. all you need is male and female spade connectors (the ones i used where these but uninsulated) and i used some 16 gauge wire.

the part number is: 39794-S0K-A01

as for installation thanks to the help i got here as well as some reading i did all you have to do is extend and label the prongs using the wires then follow the diagram on the back of the relay. only difference is the 30 goes on the top left and the 87 bottom left. it should make sense when you go to do it.lol.
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