First, all you need to do is provide 12v of power directly to the window motor on one wire and a ground on the other. You can actually just use a battery charger rather than trying to run a wire from the truck's battery. When you do this, the window will either go up or down. If it goes down, simply switch the wires going to the motor so that you change the polarity and the window, will go up.
As far as trying to get power to the new door, yes it can be done, but I can't say if your vehicle is equipped with the wiring to the door. If I would have to guess, I would say it isn't. However, that doesn't mean it can't be done. You will just need to provide power to the switch that is in the new door. The switch is what changes the polarity to determine if the window goes up or down.
To be honest, if it was mine, I think I would change it to the original design for a couple reasons. First, pwr windows always seem to break. Second, it will actually be easier to make it manual like the old door than it would be to do what is needed to make it power.
Friday, June 21st, 2019 AT 2:00 PM