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Offline ammachine390

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door lock solenoid resistance
« on: May 19, 2011, 06:33:39 PM »
Does anybody know what the resistance should be across the 2 contacts of the door lock solenoids.  Also, I have been going through the wiring to find any problems because only the left rear door lock will not operate, so far I have found nothing. However, the voltage at the front left door lock motor is only about 7 volts. Shouldn't it be around 12? Thanks
Dan
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