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Hi Pedro - I know what you mean but it ain't that simple as there has to be a means of reversing the polarity of the motor so it will work in both directions. Additionally there also has to be a means of the motor to be able to stop when either its up or down limit is reached otherwise the circuit or motor would over load. If you end up damaging the switch or multi-timer it could prove very expensive. I have had a look through the wiring diagram in the Haynes manual and it appears the black cable and one of the live wires is red. There are a total of 3 fuses for the front windows so it appears there are at least 3 circuits involving the system.
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