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Power Door Locks Heeeeeelp

Does any one have wiring diagram for the power Door Locks? I need to add the Door Lock/Unlock Switch in Console? I have bad neck injury (thatís where GTO came from ) and 6sp so very hard to reach door lock. Anyway I donít want to butcher car just a clean little harness like I made for B.T. mod. I would think wiring would be similar to Auto and there would be a connection. Any one that has done this or an alarm or has access to dealer Diagram would be most appreciated.

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Does any one have wiring diagram for the power Door Locks? I need to add the Door Lock/Unlock Switch in Console? I have bad neck injury (thatís where GTO came from ) and 6sp so very hard to reach door lock. Anyway I donít want to butcher car just a clean little harness like I made for B.T. mod. I would think wiring would be similar to Auto and there would be a connection. Any one that has done this or an alarm or has access to dealer Diagram would be most appreciated.

I will be able to access them once they come in. The car is still too new though. Check with me next month(1st Tuesday of the month to be specific) to see if they give us the information you will need.

I can then tell you how difficult it will be. I am very interested in doing the same thing in mine.
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I will be able to access them once they come in. The car is still too new though. Check with me next month(1st Tuesday of the month to be specific) to see if they give us the information you will need.

I can then tell you how difficult it will be. I am very interested in doing the same thing in mine.
I would think wiring would be similar 03-06
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yep. I would agree. I want to see how the lock/unlock button is routed and what tyoe of actuator they use. Once I know that then I am installing it. I would assume that the entire piece will fit right into the 05 with a little wire work.
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yep. I would agree. I want to see how the lock/unlock button is routed and what tyoe of actuator they use. Once I know that then I am installing it. I would assume that the entire piece will fit right into the 05 with a little wire work.
I was planing to use a T/C switch until D/L switch comes out. Should just be momentary switch
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Dealernut: I was looking at the 06' pics in your my gto photos and saw a pic of the T/C switch. What is the button beside the T/C switch for?
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Inside door locks man. WHOO HOO!!!!!

You hit the button and they will lock and unlock.
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a nifty little feature to have, for the manual guys.
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yup.
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An absolute "must have" IMO.........DN, I'll drive to J'ville if your shop will do the install for me. LMK your progress on this...........

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