First, thanks for all the info from those who have responded thus far. So far, not quite what I need, though.
I believe the window control unit is a stock '97. It is abou 4" x 2.5" x1" w/ 529T on the cover and wire assignments on the reverse side. There are a total of ten wires , labeled as follows:
Blue motor, side 1
Gray (-) Output through activation, side 1
Brown Switch, side 1
Orange (-) Activation input, side 1
Black (-) Chasis ground
Gray/Black (-) Output through activation, side 2
Red (+) 12V constant
Orange/Black (-) Activation input, side 2
Green motor, side 2
White Switch, side 2
The Orange & Orange/Black are twisted together and are slipped over a terninal on a relay, BEULER 12V 30/40A #BU-5083-0000
Terminal layout is 1, then 3 across, then 1. I'll call them 1-5.
2 3 4
The #1 terminal leads out to ?. orange & orange/black are on #4, and have a resistor, or diode between the wires and terminal connecton.
#2 #3 are jumpered together, with #3 having a second wire attached leading out to ?
I have access to the GM 2 volume repair set for the 1996 Camaro & Firebird, but have been unable to find anything (so far) specificly for the '97.
Should have said all this in the 1st posting. Sorry, my bad! I was worried of it being too lengthy.
Maybe these details will better enable someone to help me out here.
I am not a real keen electrical guy, but I do follow directions very well. I am able to follow basic circuits. I make very good soldered splices, and other connections, and wrap the soldered sites well or use shrink sleeving to avoid any shorts etc. I understand how relays function, basicly, like in a starter circuit, and have installed several multi-amp audio systems with active/passive cross overs and multi-speaker arrays, without too much trouble, and that, my friends, is the limit of my "electrical expertise".
BTW, I have also realized through trial and error, (mostly error), if you let the smoke out of those little wafer thingys with all the legs, they don't work anymore, ever, that a 12V arc will sting real good and melt stuff, and that I need to ask for help BEFORE I dive in the deep end!
Thanks again to all you helpful persons, both for your time and interest in helping other enthusiast. Great web site, this!
Regards to all, Lvs2