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im a bit confused, on the wiring diagrams ive got it stays door ajar switches are in b pillar for front doors and c pillar for rear doors, only switches i can find are in a and b pillars, when i fitted a new floor loom for rear electric windows i pushed the wiring through to the doors and clipped a plug onto a switch in each pillar(was a awkward job to do) are these the switches i should be using?
 

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The switches are fitted to the latches on the door pillars (a black thing in the middle of the latch) pick up the wires on the alarm modual in the drivers footwell ;)
 

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[quote name=pete's blue mk2]im a bit confused, on the wiring diagrams ive got it stays door ajar switches are in b pillar for front doors and c pillar for rear doors, only switches i can find are in a and b pillars, when i fitted a new floor loom for rear electric windows i pushed the wiring through to the doors and clipped a plug onto a switch in each pillar(was a awkward job to do) are these the switches i should be using?[/quote]

Is your car a very early MK2 by any chance?

Steve
 

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early Mk2 use the crappy plastic things in the door shuts, the latter Mk2 have the switches incorporated in the door latch as advised in the previous post.
 

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[quote name=pete's blue mk2]it is steve, 97 p reg
am i right to think the switches are in a different position on early mk2? [/quote]

Then it is actually easier to wire up :L the wires for the AWS can go straight to the central locking module in the drivers footwell.

Steve
 

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correct, IIRC thats how i did my mk1. Set fire to the MK2 when i did that one, used a 98 loom in a 97 car... Wont be doing that again..
 

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stevedohc16v said:
pete's blue mk2 said:
it is steve, 97 p reg
am i right to think the switches are in a different position on early mk2?
Then it is actually easier to wire up :L the wires for the AWS can go straight to the central locking module in the drivers footwell.

Steve
as above just been looking throu a tis disc is this correct
LH front door to pin 8
LH rear door to pin 7
RH Front door to pin 6
RH rear door to pin 5

im also going to be fitting intellegent footwell lights soon so when one door opens only the relevant footwell lights up, do i use these same four wires for the positive feed?
 

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Forget it my notes are for the later aws systems (there are 2 types of units)
My notes also show the door pins are negative and not live.
 

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pin 5 of the locking module? at the mo ive got 4 wires from the AWS display for the door ajar sensors running into the drivers footwell and not sure where i should be attaching them to
 

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ive got a wire like that as well think its black and red, i got a list of pin outs from stevedohc for the wires from the aws just a bit unsure where the door ajar wires should be getting attached to
 

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Heres the list ive been given
this is just for the large connector for the smaller plug ive sent fout violet wires to bulb failure module and the other two to earth points

Pin 1 â€" Brown/ yellow wire â€" neg side of ice warning sensor.
Pin 2 â€" Black/ yellow wire â€" Earth.
Pin 3 â€" Violet/ yellow wire â€" ignition switched live.
Pin 4 â€" White/ black wire â€" pos side of ice warning sensor.
Pin 5 â€" White/ blue wire â€" feed from dash illumination.
Pin 6 â€" Yellow/ red wire â€" Earth.
Pin 7 â€" Black/ green â€" drivers side rear door ajar switch.
Pin 8 â€" Black/ white wire â€" boot ajar warning.
Pin 9 â€" Orange/ yellow wire â€" permanent live.
Pin 10 â€" No pin.
Pin 11 â€" White/ blue wire â€" low washer fluid switch.
Pin 12 â€" Black/ orange wire â€" Rear brake pad sensors.
Pin 13 â€" White wire â€" signal from vehicle speed sensor.
Pin 14 â€" White/ black wire â€" link to pin 7 of bulb failure module.
Pin 15 â€" Black/ blue wire â€" drivers side front door ajar switch.
Pin 16 â€" Black/ green wire â€" pin 1 of central timer module.
Pin 17 â€" No pin.
Pin 18 â€" Black/ green wire â€" Pin 2 of central timer module.
Pin 19 â€" Black/ blue â€" Pin 9 of central locking module.
Pin 20 â€" Black/ yellow wire â€" passenger side front door ajar switch.
Pin 21 â€" Link to pin 5.
Pin 22 â€" Black/ yellow wire â€" pin 12 of central locking module.
Pin 23 â€" Black/ orange wire â€" Passenger side rear door ajar switch.
Pin 24 â€" No pin.
Pin 25 â€" Black/ yellow wire - Front brake pad sensors.
Pin 26 â€" white/ green wire â€" Low coolant level sensor.
 

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Not far off the same........

1.brown\yellow temp + trip pin 13
2.black\yellow ground
3.violet\yellow fuse 30 ignition live
4.temp sensor â€"
5.black\red short to pin21 (right hand drive cars)
6.yellow\red ground
7.black\green osr door
8.black\white boot switch
9.orange\yellow fuse 34 ignition live
10.blank
11.white\blue low washer fluid sensor
12.black\orange rear brake pads
13.white vss trip pin1
14.white\black trip pin6
15.black\blue osf door
16.brown\green central timer module
17.blank
18.black\green central timer module
19.black\blue pin 9 antitheft module
20.black\violet nsf door
21.black\red short to pin5 (right hand drive cars)
22.black/yellow pin 12 antitheft module
23.black\orange nsr door
24.blank
25.black\yellow front pads
26.white\green low coolant sensor
 

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I cant see why not.... but i do remember that the link on the aws between pin 5 and pin 21 stops both front doors lighting up together on the aws panel and it has something to do with the antitheft modual not being able to tell which front door is open :)
 
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