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Old 12-18-2004, 05:56 PM   #1
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The right rear power lock went a month ago . . . no big deal. Now the passenger'* door lock has failed. The switch on both the drivers door and the passengers door still operates the left side lock solenoids but I can hear nothing in either pf the passenger'* side doors.

Is there a common relay for all door locks or is there a seperate relay or relay contact for each door lock solenoid? Does anyone out there have the shop manual who could check the schamatic for me??? What are the color codes for the solenoids? I pulled the panel off the passengers door and it looks like the solenoid is an integral part of the latch mechanism . . . . ??? If I knew the color codes for the "lock" and "unlock" commands I could see if there is power getting to the solenoid.

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Couple of quick questions.
do you have keyless entry? ie key fob.
do you have an sse or se model?

The schematic shows several configurations but it seems there is a circuit breaker at each solenoid. If its a base se model the colors are Tan and grey for all locks. Fuse #15 is for the front right hand lock. Circuit breaker #23 is for the control relay but this is also used for the drivers side so it must be ok?

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it is an SSE and yes I have an aftermarket key fob which works on the two left doors, but not on the right hand doors. I installed the system (aftermarket) several years ago and if I remember correctly there was only one wire to intercept for the receiver to work the doorlocks. It has worked well for 6 years or so.

Is there a picture or a description of the cicuit breaker at each solenoid? Is it resettable?? I had the door panel off and tried to remove the latch assembly but ran into a snag when I tried to disconnect the link which comes from the outside key lock. I may try it again if the circuit breaker is in the door at the solenoid, which I assume is part of the latch assembly, but I was not sure that removing the latch assembly was worth all the hassle if the solenoid was not built into the latch.

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