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    sickvette: my sliding door has nowhere to run the wires. There's no wire loom going into the doors, and no obvius way to put it in there. the only way I can htink of is if there was a way to control the lock from intside the chassis. I don't care about the abck door that much though.

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    Well if you ever do decide that you want to install one you can get a contact plate to solve that problem. They are easy to install. One piece mounts on the door and the other on the door jamb...the two connect when the door is closed. I have installed dozens of them and they work great. Just thought you would like to know.

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    awesome! do oyu know of a place to get them at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KyleYankan
    Here's the new schematic with COLORS

    BTW: I threw colors i nthere to make it easier to ask questions about a certain relay/part.

    I don't think your schematic will work because there is no postive for the Blue relay coil.

    Try this. Sorry for the crude schematic, but you should be able to understand it. Basically, the black lines are the contacts of the relay, oriented just as the contacts on an actualy automotive relay is.

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    blah - blue relay is N.C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KyleYankan
    blah - blue relay is N.C.

    How does that help?

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    Well, the blue relay engages the 12V+ to other side of the blue relay, when ACC is off (When I hit the lock).

    However, when the ACC turns on, and the relay opens up disconnected the 12V+ from the rest of the circuit, the circuit can pick up a signal from the ACC line, as seen in the upper right with diode feedback protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KyleYankan
    Well, the blue relay engages the 12V+ to other side of the blue relay, when ACC is off (When I hit the lock).
    How will that happen. There is no 12 volts at either the the NC contacts or coil of the blue relay becuase the pink relay is Open, so no voltage is flowing through until the Accesory line goes High, or unless the pink relay is NC. If the pink relay is NC, then when the locks go Low, the signals will mix on the wire leading from the Pink relay to the blue relay coil and contact. Yes, I know there is a DIODE, but diodes don't seperate pos and neg on the same line.

    If there is constant 12 volts at the Blue relay coil and contact, and the Blue realay is NC, then power will always be present coming "out" of the relay, then the DSCC will ALWAYS have power as well, so it will always be on. Also, the power will be present at the coil of the Red ralay constantly, and since the other side of the coil is grounded, it will close, providing 12 volts, from the same source of 12 volts to the blue realy, through the contacts of the Red relay, to the DSCC as well, so both the Blue and the Red relay will therefore provide 12 volts to the DSCC constantly. Then, when the Lock line goes low, the Blue relay will disconnect the contacts, BUT, the Red relay will continue to be closed, because the "feedback" from the Red relay contact will continue to power the Red relay coil, and continue to provide 12 volts to the DSCC.

    SO, if the Blue relay is NC, with constant power, the DSCC will get power contantly through the Blue and Red relay. If the Blue relay does not have constant power at at least the Blue relay coil, then when the lock goes Low, Nothing will happen to the Blue relay.

    However, when the ACC turns on, and the relay opens up disconnected the 12V+ from the rest of the circuit, the circuit can pick up a signal from the ACC line, as seen in the upper right with diode feedback protection.
    But, that will not change the state of the Red Relay.

    Sorry to say, that design just will not work as you plan.

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