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This is how I converted manual windows to power windows in a 2015 Nissan Frontier. Hopefully, this helps someone in my situation and save you some time and headache. I did a search on Google before I started and I couldn't find anything with a step by step guide, and I didn't see anything that actually used the OEM style set up.

It took 8 to 10 hours total for me, and majority of it was figuring out wiring, how to take apart the interior, and how to run and hide wires.

I really like how it turn out. I have been using this for a couple weeks now, so far so good. It feels just like factory power window, very fast, very quiet.

I attached a PDF instruction on this post. Here is a backup link: 4.9 MB file on MEGA

Passenger side in action

Driver side in action

I am not responsible for any damage to your vehicle. This is simply to show you how I did it on my own vehicle.

I welcome any feedback. I am not sure how active I would be, but if you have any questions, please ask and I will do my best to answer.
 

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The easiest thing to do to hide the strip between the two switches is to get some styrene sheet and cut out a strip to fill in the gap.
 

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Hey @zzheng - I take it you were able to get the wires to the door through the existing rubber boot and did not have to make new holes to get the wires through?
 

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