I used the window and mirror switches along with the switch panel,from the junkyard, out of a 92 -94 2 dr Tahoe. The panel out of a burb would have had 2 extra window switches. I used the mirror wiring harness from a 94 Suburban. I had to separate it out of the cross body harness that runs on the interior firewall. By using that harness I had the correct connectors for the power mirrors. I had to make my own harness for the heated mirrors. They were not available on any trucks in 94. As mentioned, I used the rear window defrost switch from a 94 burb. It has a timer built in so you don't burn out the heating elements. I don't think I have it all finished in that 94 project[shop ornament] truck. I'll get pics of the different style switch panel.What mirror switch did you use to control the mirror and where did you install it?
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Thanks. I try to highlight the small details that really matter. Sharing is what this forum is all about. I feel obligated to give back a small part of what I have learned here. Taking all the pics is a bit of a PIA but it makes things more obvious and easier to understand.Wow good read. I wished I had read this like 2 years ago. I've done. Most of these but I knuckle headed my way through. Great details and. Photos
I plan to use the 4" system off my 92[yet to be junked] The seats came from a 93 burb that I junked. I need the console out of a 94 parts truck. No power adders. I'm not sure this engine is up to it. One cylinder had bad rust pits at the bottom of the bore. I honed it and put new rings in that cylinder. Fingers crossed that it isn't a blow-by queen. I have several other running 92- 93 engines that I can put in it, if need be. I may swap the axles out of my 92. They have:thumb: 3.40 gears. This truck has 4.10s:thumbsdowDown pipe and crossover too! Maybe a hx35 and maybe propane injection. And meth cooling spray and......