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post #11 of 45 Old 06-14-2012, 07:38 PM
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I will be adding these in the near future. I'm currently adding dynamat to the car and so far, it's already added comfort with the 1 panel done. haha
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Hi guys I'm new to the forum and have been doing some research on power windows and locks. Unfortunately i got an 09 Versa S 1.8 manual everything from my parents but the price was right so i can put money into and still be ahead. So I was wondering what people thought about replacing the door panels with automatic oe ones, which would cost a couple hundred on ebay, the switches, wiring and motors. has anyone done it? im hoping i can find a local crashed versa in a junkyard.
Can be done but the BCM needs to be programmed by Nissan. Also check my above posts in this thread they kinda cover the rest of your post

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Thanks. I talked to Nissan in my area and they said they could reprogram everything i wanted them to for $150 including adding a key fob.
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Alright so I know it's been awhile since I posted on this topic but I am reporting that I am almost done changing everything over to power locks from manual locks! I will have power locks and windows from the factory for about 300 bucks. I ran into a couple of speed bumps throughout the project but everything is worked out now will have a couple pics soon.
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Are you doing OEM power locks? If so, how much is it?

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yea im adding oem power locks and windows so far 300 bucks
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How is it so cheap? I dont care much for power windows but I'd love OEM power locks.

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because i took everything off of a donor car that was in an accident.
i needed:
4 new door panels with slots for the switches
4 new regulators and motors
4 wiring harnesses
4 switches
1 new bcm with power locks and windows activated
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You're lucky! I've looked all over the place for a donor car but no luck.

Would I be able to use the parts off of another Nissan(Altima, Maxima, Sentra)?

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On one of my harnesses the actuator plug was different and i was able to cut it so it looked like all the other actuator plugs so im assuming it must have been from another model of nissan but i couldnt tell you which kind or anything like that. It was a ton of work though though to switch everything over.
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