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Door lock complication in Integra


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slawekmr2 
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I Just bought a 1996 Acura Integra last week. The car did not come with original door locks but aftermarket motors but the door panels were changed so they have the switch for the power door locks. Anyway they were not connectect because the guy didnt know what he was doing and i have no clue either. Thats why i need help. There are 2 wires coming out of the motor and there are 3 pins at the bottom of the switch for the power door locks. How do I hook up the door locks so that they work using the switch? Also there is no switch on the passenger side only driver side
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slawekmr2 wrote:
I they were not connectect because the guy didnt know what he was doing and i have no clue either.

HMMMM...........Might want to find someone who knows.....

Not knowing the type Switch you have........You may have to Meter the Switch to see which PINS connect to each other when you Press it.
Usually 1 PIN needs a GROUND.
When you Press Switch, that will connect another PIN to Activate the Relay.
The 3rd PIN may be for Light, second output, etc.

You will need:

2 SPDT RELAYS: ( Be sure they are SPDT )

SWITCH

Lock & Unlock from SWITCH & Alarm
Relay 1

LOCK:

PIN 87 =  12 Volts ( + ) Constant
PIN 87a = GROUND
PIN 30 =  wire to Positive side of Actuators
PIN 85 = Negative Lock Output from SWITCH & Alarm
PIN 86 = Constant 12 volt ( + )

Relay 2

UNLOCK:

PIN 87 =  12 Volts ( + ) Constant
PIN 87a = GROUND
PIN 30 =  wire to Positive side of Actuators
PIN 85 = Negative UnLock Output from SWITCH & Alarm
PIN 86 = Constant 12 volt ( + )

MO
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