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97gss 
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Posted: May 08, 2012 at 8:40 PM / IP Logged  
Anyone ever had any trouble with the door trigger on one of these? I installed an alarm/rs in this and things were fine for a few days. Now all of a sudden the 12v on the interior light drops out(sleeps) after a half hour (checked it with voltmeter). I was using the light as a negative trigger. Should I remove the door panel and look for the blk/blue?
91stt 
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Posted: May 08, 2012 at 9:09 PM / IP Logged  
The door triggers must be tapped for each door and diode isolated
Front:
Driver = Blk/Yel
Passenger = Blk/Blue
Location = at front electronic module in driver door
Rear:
Driver = Blk/Org
Passenger = Blk/Grn
Location = at rear electronic module in trunk (passenger side of trunk)
This information is provided only as a reference.
All circuits should be verified with a digital multi-meter prior to making any connections.
97gss 
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Posted: May 09, 2012 at 3:29 PM / IP Logged  
Thanks. I will try this tomorrow if I get time.
97gss 
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Posted: May 11, 2012 at 1:34 PM / IP Logged  
Thanks for the help, but that didn't work. Doors are ground when closed, 0.82v when open. Any other ideas? Is there a low voltage relay I could use to bump the voltage up?
91stt 
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Posted: May 11, 2012 at 10:26 PM / IP Logged  
Are you picking up the triggers for the front doors inside the driver door at the front electronic module and the rear doors at the module in the trunk?
The triggers should be ground.
Are you testing the driver door? Did you test the passenger door trigger?
The driver door trigger wires from the switch is the same color for both side. I think you are check the ground wire. Look for another BLACK / YELLOW wire and that should solve your problem.
This information is provided only as a reference.
All circuits should be verified with a digital multi-meter prior to making any connections.
97gss 
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Posted: May 11, 2012 at 11:41 PM / IP Logged  
Couldn't find the fronts at the fem. Colors didn't match for some reason. Caught them in each door(in the fronts, door jamb boot for the rears) and the colors matched what you gave. I will check again when I have more time to quadruple check. I tested each door before running the wires. Each door if I remember correctly had another wire the same color as the wire(s) you gave for door triggers. I tested those as well and they stayed ground with the door(s) open and closed. I remember the one on the driver's door being in a gray plug below the FEM with around 6 wires on it. What really gets me with this is the car sat for around 3-4 days with the alarm on and didn't have any issues. Car gets driven for a day or 2 and now the BLACK/ white that I originally used on the interior light in the driver's kick now wants to drop out/go to sleep after 30 minutes.

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