Auto Window Up & Down

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  1. BrownDog

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    Apr 30, 2013
    Today, 03:47 AM #1

    Hey guys, New to the forum so first post

    I have a 1995 Mazda BA 323 Astina and it comes with frameless windows, and because the car was in a side on collision before i bought it the body is somewhat twisted, therefore no matter how much i adjust the windows they don't always close properly when I shut the door.

    Now i noticed that if i just wind the window down a little bit and put it back up it closes properly, and a while ago i went for a test drive in a Toyota 86 [love that car defenitly recommend getting one] and when u open the door it winds down a little bit and goes back up when u close it [just to make it easier and quieter to close the door]

    SOOO...... I want to build a circuit that makes my windows do that!

    It will be with 12V DC, and i worked out some parts of it like how it will know when to activate and if the window is already down not to activate. what i need to know is what components to use:
    whether a electronic timer or a capacitor to govern how much the window moves?
    what kind of relay to use to reverse the polarity to wind it up or down ?

    [wow this is a lot to type out on an Iphone]
    Any help is appreciated
    I have lots of experience with this stuff, can solder really well, pretty decent understanding of electronics and a few components and a couple blank circuit boards.
    if someone can help with a diagram that would awesome

    thanx guys
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    Apr 5, 2008

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