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Hello I will help you with your question,
There are 4 wiring diagrams that show the wire colors to the D7 connector, can you pull the colors off the diagrams or do you need me to compile it for you?
How many wires do you count for the connector and are you testing or did the connector come apart?
I need to know if you are placing the wires in the connector or testing and need to know the function of the wires. Please refer to my questions above
Thank you I will need an hour to put the information together for you. Subaru does not publish a connector view for this and I will have to hand compile it from the diagrams.
Hope this is OK?
It will be an hour so look for my reply to this thread then.
The colors are
1 = blue
2 = nc
3 = red/black
4 = nc
5 = Black/yellow
6 = nc
7 = nc
8 = Red
9 = green/red
10 = nc
11 = nc
12 = red/yellow
13 = blue/green
14 = green/black
15 = nc
16 = blue/red
Click here for diagram of connector
Look this over and let me know if there is anything that does not match
But all the others are the same?
Sorry, you can put the blue/yellow in the red/black position, it is a different option.
Let me know how I can help
Good, put the blue/yellow in place of the red/black in #3
Let me know if you have further questions
Are you certain you are placing the wires in the correct slots of the connector? The connector view is of the connection not the wire side.
Did the windows work before the connector came apart?
Which is the window that works? Drivers?
81820sc060 is not the number for your window switch. Is that a new part you bought? Window switch number is *****
OK, I understand, that label is not for the switch. Do you have a multimeter? I can send you the testing procedure.
Do you understand what I mean when I say the connector view is not the wire side?
The windows did not work before the connector came apart?
The position I posted above is correct substitute your blue/yellow wire for the red/black I listed in #3.
Are you sure of the wire positions?
Good, then it sould work the same as before it came apart.
Do you want to test the switch? Do you have a multimeter?
I am sure the positions I posted match the wire diagrams so you either have wires that are not correct, a switch that is failed or a wiring issue.
I can post the 4 wiring diagrams I took the info I posted above if you wish, what I poisted does match your wire colors.
You still with me?