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Old 04-03-2005, 11:45 AM   #21
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ok a while back i had a junkyard drivers door put on i do have Factory installed keyless entry
im think maybe that the door from the junkyard didnt have keyless entry
Well, the door wouldn't have it; the circuitry is behind the dash. However, you may have some weirdness in the wiring where somebody apparently spliced the replacement door'* harness into the rest of the car. See if you can find where those connections were made. Something sounds fishy there.
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ok a while back i had a junkyard drivers door put on i do have Factory installed keyless entry
im think maybe that the door from the junkyard didnt have keyless entry
Well, the door wouldn't have it; the circuitry is behind the dash. However, you may have some weirdness in the wiring where somebody apparently spliced the replacement door'* harness into the rest of the car. See if you can find where those connections were made. Something sounds fishy there.
yup exactly they were splinced in
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yup exactly they were splinced in
If the driver'* door came from a car not equipped with Keyless Entry, it looks from the wiring diagrams like the wires at the lock motor would be gray and tan, but if your car had Keyless Entry, the wires going into the driver'* door to the motor would be gray and black/light-green (i.e. a black wire with a light-green tracer stripe).

Somebody trying to match up wires from the door with wires from the car would wind up with a tan wire in the door that had nothing to connect to on the car, and a black/light-green wire in the car that had nothing to connect to in the door. Find the splices, see if they matched everything else color-to-color, and see what the two wires from the lock motor are connected to.
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yup exactly they were splinced in
If the driver'* door came from a car not equipped with Keyless Entry, it looks from the wiring diagrams like the wires at the lock motor would be gray and tan, but if your car had Keyless Entry, the wires going into the driver'* door to the motor would be gray and black/light-green (i.e. a black wire with a light-green tracer stripe).

Somebody trying to match up wires from the door with wires from the car would wind up with a tan wire in the door that had nothing to connect to on the car, and a black/light-green wire in the car that had nothing to connect to in the door. Find the splices, see if they matched everything else color-to-color, and see what the two wires from the lock motor are connected to.
**** it im taking it to a electrical shop one thing i dont screw with it factory electrical
thanks for your time
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