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Old 08-29-2014, 02:42 PM   #1
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I have been over numerous threads about swapping in a power sliding window to replace my solid window. I have the part number for the switch, but can't seem to find a part number on the motor that is needed for the install. Does anyone have that part number? Last question. I also noticed people saying that did the swap had the wiring all already installed, so I could just plug it all in. Did they do this on the 2010 XLTs?? Local yard can get me a new one for 200, and would love to do the swap. All help is appreciated!!
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Before you go to all the trouble the only time I use mine is when I need to fish something long into the cab from the bed.
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I'd be using mine all the time. I drive with my windows down all the time ( all 4 ). Getting tired of the wind noise in the cab. With the slider it eliminates that
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I'd be using mine all the time. I drive with my windows down all the time ( all 4 ). Getting tired of the wind noise in the cab. With the slider it eliminates that
I put a moon roof in my old 04 Titan....and used it all the time!
Then i got a great deal on my 14 F150 - no sunroof?!> crap.....BUT.....it came with the power sliding back window. And I use it all the time - love it!
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Yep. I know I'd use it every chance I could. So please anyone that can help me...is all the wiring there and it's plug and play for mine? Im still looking for the part number to for the motor!
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Yep. I know I'd use it every chance I could. So please anyone that can help me...is all the wiring there and it's plug and play for mine? Im still looking for the part number to for the motor

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Thanks man! Anyone know if all the wiring is there now?!
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I have a 2010 XLT and did the swap. Wiring already there--just plug & play. My "swap thread" is here, and starts at post #19.
http://www.f150forum.com/f4/installi...4/#post1734094

Also, the switch is added in this thread.
http://www.f150forum.com/f38/solid-r...slider-154594/
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I have a 2010 XLT and did the swap. Wiring already there--just plug & play. My "swap thread" is here, and starts at post #19.
http://www.f150forum.com/f4/installi...4/#post1734094

Also, the switch is added in this thread.
http://www.f150forum.com/f38/solid-r...slider-154594/

Thanks man!! Looks like I'll be tearing out the rear then and getting the motor ordered and installed. Hopefully in the next couple weeks then I'll have this one done!!
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