DIY – Automotive Power Window Systems Schematic Diagnosis

Learn a Diagnostic Thought Process that can be Applied to Any Schematic!

Welcome to the “Do it Yourself – Power Window Systems -Schematic Diagnostics” Course!

What you’ll learn

  • Understand Basic and Intermediate Level Power Window System Schematics.
  • Learn Diagnostic Tips and Tricks to systematically narrow down the possible faults in an electrical circuit..
  • Learn the groundwork presented here in this course and apply the diagnostic thought process to any schematics.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 2 lectures • 5min.
  • Power Window Schematics –> 5 lectures • 14min.
  • Diagnosis and Testing –> 5 lectures • 29min.
  • More Schematic Examples –> 7 lectures • 34min.
  • Module Controlled Window Systems –> 3 lectures • 16min.

DIY - Automotive Power Window Systems Schematic Diagnosis

Requirements

  • Although not required, it is recommended that my “Do it Yourself – Automotive Electrical Diagnosis Beginner Course” be completed first before taking this course..
  • Taking my “Do it Yourself Automotive Electrical Diagnosis Intermediate Course” first may make it easier to utilize the information in this course..

Welcome to the “Do it Yourself – Power Window Systems -Schematic Diagnostics” Course!

This Second Intermediate Course continues the Instruction started in the Beginner and First Intermediate course.

Although the main focus of this course is on Power Window System Diagnosis, the Tips and Techniques learned in this course can be applied to any Automotive Electrical Schematic.

Like my other courses, a few schematics are analyzed extensively aiming to provide a solid understanding of the fundamental concepts.

There are way too many variations of wiring diagram styles, symbols and layouts. To cover every Year, Make and Model might take a lifetime. The Good News is…. you do not have to learn every diagram one by one.  Learn the groundwork taught here in this course and apply the diagnostic thought process to your own car’s schematics. The way to get good at this is to Practice, Practice, Practice.

Of course, if you are going to be doing any work yourself on a car, it is going to require that you take some type of Hands-on course to be sure you have the skills needed and understand the necessary safety precautions. This course focuses on electrical diagnosis, not mechanical repair.

Be careful about jumping right in and testing something on your car, until you are comfortable, and feel you have acquired the skills to do so.

With that said…. Let’s get started!