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Schematic for '86 power door locks?

Looking for some assistance please.

Trying to trace why the power door locks in my 1986 don't work. I moved this past July and much of my car stuff is in storage temporarily so can't find any of my shop manuals easily.

I may have caused the problem. As part of gutting all extra weight out of the car I did remove the center console. So I suspect that somehow the full circuit must have run through the various electronics in the console? Can't imagine why but who knows. Power windows still work fine though.

Might someone have the power door lock schematic they can share please? 1986 Coupe. Thanks

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^^^^^
Cut & paste.

My bet is that the two connectors from the console
to the harness have separated.

Best,

Gerry
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Fantastic thanks!!
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Well it appears that there's no reason the locks shouldn't work with the Central Lock Button removed. Or am I wrong here?

And I know that fuse 2 has power because I believe it feeds the power windows too. But that's the limit of my electrical knowledge. Guess this evening I'll need to make sure there's power to the control unit as the first step.
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Well it appears that there's no reason the locks shouldn't work with the Central Lock Button removed. Or am I wrong here?

And I know that fuse 2 has power because I believe it feeds the power windows too. But that's the limit of my electrical knowledge. Guess this evening I'll need to make sure there's power to the control unit as the first step.
The locks should work either manually with or without the central locking system.

Please have a look at the ckt.

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I just found out today if the circuit goes to a box with a number, look at the Vert/Horiz number/letter and go to that schematic to pick up the flow.

Also, get a German DIN legend pdf and you will know what each number does.
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FWIW.....I deleted the central locking button. The car locks with the ignition switched on and unlocks with the car is switched off...... I just didn't see the need for that ridiculous button......I mean I'm not so lazy that I can't rotate the lock/unlock knob on the door panel....if necessary.
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Driver's door lock won't work with the key from outside at all. Passenger door will lock and unlock with the key but it's extremely stiff.

I honestly don't care about the power door locks, but the way it is now I have to unlock from the passenger side and reach across through the roll cage to manually turn the knob to unlock the driver's door from inside. Same for locking the car, from the passenger side.

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