I was wondering about that. Would the doors from a Suburban/Tahoe work on the crew cab as well? Would make my hunt for donor doors/wiring way easier, if that were the case.It is not wired. I pulled a harness from a suburban. You'll have to drop the dash down cause harness runs across top of firewall just below windshield. And the harness is plug n play
Is your existing door damaged? There's no difference between a manual window and power window door, so if your door is good you don't need to swap the whole thing. You just swap the inner door module (some refer to it as a "door card") - the sheetmetal piece inside that holds the window regulator. Fairly simple operation.. easier than pulling the '95-up dash to run the wiring harness, I can assure you.I’ve been looking for a red suburban to do a door switch. So I guess I need some wiring harnesses too.
Know that look all too well. When I picked up my C2500 the first thing I did was pick up some rust free doors.Picked up a set of Tahoe front doors in nice condition for the front, got a bead on some Suburban ones for the rears, hopefully snag those this weekend. The Tahoe part-out mentioned someone was coming for the dash plastics and instrument cluster, so he'll ping me if they don't take the wiring harness because that would def save me some work when coming to get it haha.
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