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Uh. So my power door locks decided they were going to stop working. Replaced the fuse. It worked then. Then this morning it didn't work again. So. I pulled the door panel off to make sure everything was hooked up. I find the Power Door Lock box thing in there. Took it out and there were 2 wires not connected. Anybody know what the fuck these things do?


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Constant 12V+	White   	Ignition Switch Harness 
Starter 	Black/White  	Ignition Switch Harness 
Ignition 	Black/Yellow  	Ignition Switch Harness 
Accessory 	Yellow  	Ignition Switch Harness 
Tach 	Blue  	Distributor 
Brake Switch 	Green/White  	Brake Switch 
Trunk Pin 	Green/Black (-)  	Above Fuse Panel Blue Connector 
Parking Lights 	Red/Black  	Fuse Panel or Driver's Kick Panel 
Head Lamp 	Red/White  	Steering Column 
Hood Pin 	n/a  	 
Door Trigger 	Light Green/Red (-)  	Driver's Running Board One of Two Wires 
Door Lock 	Green/White (-)  	2 Pin Connector TapeD to Blue Connector behind Fuse Panel 
Door Unlock 	Green/Red (-)  	 
Horn Wire 	Blue (-)  	Steering Column, use Relay 
Windows Up 	LF=Red/Blue, RF=Blue/Yellow 
Windows Down 	LF=Red/Yellow, RF=Blue/Green
 

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wise in the ways of the B
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Thanks man...Too bad the wires the are unplugged aren't on the list...:(
 

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Ok. I don't think it's the wires, because I talked to the previous owner and he said it has always been like that. So do anybody konw what might be causing the power door locks to not work? I checked the fuse. It's fine.....
 

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did you check to see if maybe the actual switch in the door panel is dead? reason I ask is I just replaced my friends cougar window switches and it worked like a champ! EBAY FTW :TU:
 

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hey diptard...do you own a chiltons for your car? if so, look in the back at the wiring schematics, and see if its wired up properly...just put on your tiger suit and get it done.
 
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