Gotta give a nod here to 7LBRONCO for his posting of the XLT door panels here: XLT door panels
BigWheelz and I were toying with the idea of electric windows last winter after I spent a day trying to put in a 80-95? motor into an extra door shell that he had. Both of our interests were peaked, and he ran with it. We figured out that the arm of the later model was a different length and had a different mounting point where it meets the bottom of the door glass. He removed the arms from the motor on the later model, and the arms from the 78-79 window regulator, and with a 1/4-20 tap and die, reinstalled the 78-79 window arm onto the later electric motor.
BigWheelz knew that the problem with the electric motor was the plastic bearings in the motor, they shrink and warp, causing intermittent action and eventual failure. I ordered a bar of aluminum round stock, I think it was 7/16th, and cut them to length to fit in the motor for new bearings. Here's where we went different paths....I ordered a wiring harness and electric switches from Electric Life-turns out they are the same manufacturer for a lot of the OEMs http://electric-life.com/shopdisplay...ow+Switch+Kits
and he used the Motorcraft switches and harness from same years as the motors. We both are using the Auto/Up switches pulled from the Crown Vics and wired using the diagram posted by Steve83 ( http://fullsizebronco.com/forum/show...=199571&page=5
We both also used Motorcraft wire looms for the doors, both required taking the doors off and cutting holes for the looms. I bought the Electric Life Wire looms but decided the diameter was too small for the speaker wire, window wire, and electric door locks, if anyone is interested in them-here's a link (http://electric-life.com/shopexd.asp?id=860
). I'm only doing the Auto Down on my front windows because of young kids and doing both up and down on the tailgate window.
BigWheelz motors and switches are in and functioning, and mine is wired, but the motors still need to mounted. Spent a lot of time reconditioning my door panels (they were the light cream/beige) and I decided to redo the interior panels in more of a camel color. Carpet already was done, console and panels are completed. Anyway, here's a pic of the panels with the GM Electric life switches.