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Old 05-04-2001, 08:36 PM
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I got the test diagrams today and they are a Godsend. I was really running in circles before. Had no idea so many things affected the central locking system... i.e. doors open or closed, locked with key or in unlocked position with key...

Anyway I did the tests and it passed the power supply to pump test.

On the test of the Control Voltage with Vehicle Unlocked, the passenger door failed the test. (I expected this because I broke two of the pins in the connector of the door. The other two locks passed the test. (I bought new pins but did not replace them yet).

So procedures tell me I need test #CL-01.05 in order to test actuator and wiring.

On the Control Voltage with Vehicle Unlocked, all three locks failed the test.

Again instructions say to perform tests according to CL-01.05.

Unfortunately I do not have procedure CL-01.05. Do you by chance know the procedure? Does anyone else know the procedure?

Again Gilly thanks for helping me out on this. You have been invaluable.


[Edited by ejsharp on 05-04-2001 at 08:47 PM]

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