Power Door Lock Woes!


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Old 05-03-17, 03:51 PM
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Power Door Lock Woes!

Working on fixing up an after market door lock system installed 1n 1988 on our Isuzu Trooper when it was new. It has 5 wire solenoids on the front 2 doors and 2 wire units on rears. Replaced a rear solenoid and got it working good with the front pass door lock. I'm having problems with the replacement unit for the driver's door. Right now, hooked up, it works everything well, but backwards of what we need. Pull up on the lock and the other 3 snap down and vice versa. I think the blue and the green wire are the "signal"(?) wires and reversing them does not help. The system buzzes when we activate them as a matter of fact with wires reversed. It is an Uxcell 5 wire unit with Blue, Green , white, brown and black wires. Black is hooked up as ground right now and it looks like white might be the 12v+ wire? Received no wire diagram with unit and don't have a schematic for the original system.

I apologize for the sketchy info but does anyone know what the solution might be?
 
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Old 05-14-17, 12:50 AM
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Update: Our locks are fixed. What I thought was an issue with the driver's door actuator moving opposite from expected turned out to be proper as the rod off it moves a pivot. So when the actuator moves "up" it actually pops the door lock button down and vice versa. Now on to fixing various power window problems.
 
 

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