Date: Sat, 22 Nov 2003 19:21:10 -0500
From: "saabturbo" <saabturbonopsampam.z>
Subject: Re: Locks disagree with each other


>Anyone know what I've done wrong, and whether > it's possible to remedy it without removing the door panel again? Get a real sharp box cutter knife and cut a big hole out of the interior panel to gain access to the wires. Then swap the wires around. This way you won't have to remove the whole panel ever again! ;-) Bummer..... Been there - done that ~ once; only once! "Jez" <jl.webnopsamorld.com> wrote in message news:meJvb.268$gN5.2nopsamfep1-gui.server.ntli.net... > Hi, > > I switched what I thought was a dodgy motor for my passenger door lock for a > known good one. Now it responds okay to a press on the key fob button, but > in reverse to the other locks. Anyone know what I've done wrong, and whether > it's possible to remedy it without removing the door panel again? (Yep, next > time I'll check it before replacing the panel!) > > Many thanks, > > Jez > >

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