No, I did not test the connectors at the two front door and the trunk. I've been testing the motor and circuit board. I now have them operating directly off a 12 volt battery by putting current to the two pin connector of the circuit board, then connecting a common ground between the two and three pin connectors of the board, and then activating the board and motor by toutching one of the two remaining pins of the three pin connector with 12 volts.
When I do this the motor works.
Now to do the test of the three pin connectors in the doors and trunk.
I got side tracked because I had to repair the charger on my son's cell phone.
Off to do the tests now. Will update as soon as I know something.
1993 190E 2.3
2000 Toyota 4x4 Tundra