I have installed the power window motors and door lock actuators in all 4 doors. I fed the wiring to the driver's door through the rubber boot last night. I was unable to take off the inside side panel where the front seat belt runs through; I need to remove this in order to feed the wiring to the rear doors. How do I remove this panel?The process is pretty much the same for the other doors. You’ll need to remove the kick and inside side panels to run the wires to the rear doors. By inside side panels I mean the panel where your front seat belts run through.
After all the wiring is done you'll need to locate a red and black wire under your dash. Use your wire strippers to remove some sheathing and connect your brain. You want to use your test light to find your ALWAYS ON power.
I would also like to know how to feed the wires to the passenger side. I took off two screws that attach the engine hood release and gas tank cover release to the plastic dash paneling but I was unable to remove the paneling itself to be able to feed the wires to the passenger side.I'm working on adding power locks to my car and this how-to is super helpful. Thanks for taking the time to do it. I have a couple more questions.
2. Where did you get the red wire? Did you cut into the ignition harness? I was thinking of just using one of these fuse taps Accelevision FT-MICROATC Pre-wired Low Profile Mini Fuse Tap on an unused circuit (like the heated seats or push-to-start) that seem to be giving me constant 13 volts).
3. It would be interesting to see how you routed the wires to the passenger side? Did you run them back on the firewall or on the front part by the panel.
If I am able to remove this paneling, will I be able to see the wires that I need to tap into, such as the red and black wire for the power locks? Supposedly there is a gray ignition wire that I can tap into to obtain a current/power for the window motors:
2012-*Nissan*Versa*Vehicle Wiring Chart and Diagram