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Old 01-26-2008, 04:21 PM   #1
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Default CPT Power Window Kit

This new product from IH Parts America puts one-touch power windows in any 1971-80 Scout II, terra, or traveler. This kit includes all necessary parts for proper installation. New window regulators are recommended for optimal operation. No warranty will be given on any motors that are installed on a used regulator.

Special tools required besides basic hand tools will be a drill with a 7/8" holesaw bit and a light duty mig welder.

if you have any questions about this product please ask them in our product questions area.

For purchasing online - CPT - Crawler Proven Technology power window kit for all Scout II, terra, or traveler - IH Parts America

To start lay out all the parts. The kit includes (2)power window motors, (2)window brackets, wiring harness, door switchs, door switch bezels, wiring boots, and a one-touch controller. The benefit of the one touch controller aside from making rolling up or down of your window a one-touch affair is the load sensing device inside the controller. This load sensor acts as a circuit breaker and has four settings. When set to the proper level a load that is being sensed by the controller will shut power down to the motor. This will prevent the power window motor from early failure by not over powering it.



Open the passenger door and remove the door handle, arm rest, window regulator handle, door speaker(if equipped), and door panel.



Peel back the vapor barrier that should be taped to your door inner opening.



There are two access holes on the inside of the door jam that have 5/16" bolts holding in the wing window. They should be covered up with plugs. Pop the plugs out and using a 1/2" socket remove the two bolts.



Pop out the chrome plug on the side of door just below the wing window handle and remove the 5/16" bolt that is also holding in the wing window. Now pull up on the wing window and remove from the door. If the wing window will not come out spray rust penetrate down the window track and try carefully prying up on the window until it comes out.



Roll down the window and remove the two retaining clips holding the regulator arms to the door window using a flat small prybar or screwdriver.



These are the two clips that need to be removed. Once removed lift up on the window removing it from the door. Be careful not to damage your window felts when lifting the window out.



Now remove both window tracks and inspect them for wear and straightness. Make sure the track mounts are still solidly mounted to the track. If the mounts are loose they will have to be welded back on.



Check the condition of the window felt in the outer track. If the felt is in poor shape the track will have to be relined or replaced. The track shown is in poor shape and will have to be replaced or relined. As of this writing we are not aware of what type of felt to use in the advent that you want to reline your track.
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Old 01-26-2008, 04:55 PM   #2
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Default Re: How to Install Power Windows in a Scout II

Reinstall window regulator handle and roll regulator up to relieve tension.

caution - if you do not perform this step you risk serious injury as the regulator will be under extreme tension in the down position. The window regulator most be in the rolled up position in order to relieve this tension.

Remove the 9 screws holding in the window regulator and remove the regulator from the door. With the regulator out inspect its condition. Pivot points should all move freely but not be loose. Teeth on regulator must be in good shape. If the regulator looks questionable it is advisable to replace with new(at the time of this writing we stock new from Scout lightline driver side window regulators. Passenger window regulators are on back order and should be available May, 2008.).



Once the regulator is inspected or replaced with new the next step is to remove the three rivets that hold on the regulator drive assembly.



We used a cutoff wheel to grind the rivets down.



Once the heads are ground down use a small punch to knock out the rivets and remove the drive gear from the regulator assembly.



Now flip the regulator over.



Mark the area in white and using a cutoff tool remove the small circular portion on the regulator.



This is what the regulator should like like with the piece removed.



Now screw the supplied motor bracket to the supplied power window motor.



Now using a pair of vice grips clamp the motor in place as shown in the picture below.



With the bracket clamped into place remove the four screws that retain the power window motor to the bracket and then weld the bracket to the window regulator.

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Old 01-26-2008, 05:43 PM   #3
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Default Re: How to Install Power Windows in a Scout II

Lube all the moving parts on the window regulator with a light grease.



Position the motor back on to the regulator bracket so the motor is pointing towards the regulator arms. Once the regulator is installed the motor will point towards the window track, not the door hinges. If the motor is pointing towards the door hinges the motor will have to be unbolted from the bracket and rotated 180 degrees and then reinstalled.



Check your door for cracks around the mounting screw holes. If there are cracks weld them before reinstalling the regulator.



Remove the door from the Scout and using a drill with a 7/8" holesaw bit drill a hole just above the lower wing window access hole. Inspect and lube door hinges. If worn hinges can be repinned or used hinges are available. Once drilled reinstall the door on the Scout and adjust accordingly.



With the door reinstalled drill another 7/8" hole approximately 5" above the window regulator access hole.



Install the supplied power window motor pigtail to the motor. Now reinstall the window regulator and tighten the four screws marked 1.



Now install the other half of the regulator by attaching it with the number 2 screw, and then follow the remaining order. This will make it easier to install. If you find that the regulator is under tension use a 12 volt source to power the window motor to set the regulator in the up position. This will remove tension from the regulator.



Drill a 7/8" hole above the vin plate or sticker.



Test fit the supplied wiring boot. It will need to set in this position when wired.

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Old 01-26-2008, 06:51 PM   #4
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Default Re: How to Install Power Windows in a Scout II

note - this next section is for use with our original systems using a 530t controller. Those controllers have been discontinued. We now use a 529t controller and will update this wiring section in the very near future.

Lay out the wiring harness and observe all the different wires and connections. The wires on the one touch controller will need to be lengthened depending on final mounting location.



You May choose to test wire the entire system before installing the power window motors onto the regulators. This extra step does help in understanding the various wiring connections.



This is the passenger side wiring. Observe the colored connections.



This is the driver side connections.







The switch's will be plugged into the kits main harness and is wired as follows:

driver side switch
switch side harness side
Red = red
green = brown
black = brown
blue-red = blue/red
blue = see wiring controller below = blue
blue-black =see wiring controller below = black

driver side switch for passenger side window
switch side harness side
Red = red
green = brown
black = brown
blue-red = blue/red
blue = green
blue-black = black

passenger side switch
switch side harness side
Red = red
green = green
black = black
blue-red = blue/red
blue = see wiring controller below = black
blue-black =see wiring controller below = blue

the one-touch controller has two harness' coming from it. The larger wired harness is labeled h1 and the smaller wired harness is labeled h2. Attach the wires accordingly:

h1 violet---------attach to battery neg or body ground
h1 green----------attach to driver side motor wire
h1 blue-----------attach to driver side motor wire
h1 red------------attach to battery positive
h1 black----------attach to battery neg or body ground
h1 violet/black--attach to battery neg or body ground
h1 green/black---attach to passenger side motor wire
h1 blue/black----attach to passenger side motor wire

h2 brown--------blue wire on driver side switch
h2 white---------black/blue wire on driver side switch
h2 red/white-----not used
h2 orange--------not used
h2 grey-----------not used
h2 brown/black--black/blue wire on passenger switch
h2 white/black--blue wire on passenger switch

drill a 7/8" hole in the passenger side kick panel.(disregard the relays shown in the picture as they are for the fuel injection system that happens to be installed on this vehicle)



Remove the glove box. With the glovebox removed mount the one-touch controller above the heater box.



Route the wires through the kick panel as shown.



Slide the rubber boot over the wiring. Taping the ends of the wires help when sliding the boot over.



Feed the wires through the door and out the 7/8" hole drilled earlier.

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Old 01-26-2008, 07:05 PM   #5
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Default Re: How to Install Power Windows in a Scout II

Routing the wires thru the door can be difficult so I want to go thru this with a bit more detail.

Using a short length of 10 gauge wire snake the wire thru the door.





This what it looks inside the door. You can see exactly where to route the wire thru the door.



If you look close enough thru the hole there is an obstruction between the two wing window access holes. There is enough room to route the wires past this obstruction although it is a very tight fit. Patience will be needed during this part of the install. We are looking into ways to make this part of the install easier when we find a way it will be documented and this thread will be updated.



edit - updated way to route wiring

We have come up with a much easier way to route the wiring. As seen in this picture drill a hole thru the several layers of the door just below the upper door hinge.



Here's a closer view of the area to be drilled. You can see the wiring going thru the hollow portion of the door where the wing window normally bolts in at.



This picture was taken inside the door. This is how the wiring should now go thru the door.

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Old 01-26-2008, 07:35 PM   #6
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Unbolt the parking brake mechanism from under the dash and lay it off to the side. You do not need to remove the brake cable from the mechanism. Drill a 7/8" hole into the driver side kick panel directly under the dash and route and wiring accross the dash and thru the hole. Reinstall the parking brake mechanism.



Drill a 7/8" hole right above the vin plate or sticker and route the wiring thru the whole. Slide the rubber boot over the wiring.



The driver side door will need to have the same modifcations done as the passenger door. Repeat all steps and when complete route the wiring thru the door. Plug in the switchs and test the system. If there are operational problems correct them now. If the window operates in the opposite direction then you need to switch the two wires going to the pigtail on each motor.

This is a new driver side window regulator.



This is a new modified driver side power window regulator.



With the wiring complete reinstall the window tracks, wing windows, and door glass. Make sure window moves freely up and down before attaching it to the regulator arms. If it binds loosen and adjust the window tracks until the window moves freely. It also helps to lube the slides of the door window with silicon spray.

Mount the passenger side window switch bezel as shown.



Mount the driver side window switch bezel as shown.





Plug the switch's to the harness. When mounting the outer door panel to the inner steel door panel tuck the switch's plugs thru the old window crank hole(this hole needs to be enlarged before reinstalling on door).



With the door panels on retest the system for proper operation.

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Default Re: How to Install Power Windows in a Scout II

Please check out this youtube link for a video demonstration of our power window kit.

youtube - Scout II power windows by IH Parts America
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This product is now available for purchase on our online store - one-touch power window kit for all Scout II, terra, or traveler - International Scout parts
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