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G.D.O. 41 A4315 6D , unconnected both sensors and put a wire on screws 2 and 3 and door will not go down moves 6 inches backs up and light blinks , it will go down when holding wall switch.

Is it the circuit board now that the sensors are eliminated?

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1. Disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery of your Chrysler LHS. You can accomplish this with an open end wrench, to prevent any injury or short in the electrical system as you are working on the door lock switch. Place the negative battery cable out of the way so it does not touch any metal parts.


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8. Attach the negative battery cable to the Chrysler LHS battery with the open end wrench.

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  1. Step 1 Gather materials. You will need scissors or a knife, crimps, solder material, solder gun, test light, drill, screw bit, screws, tie wrap, double-sided mounting tape and a voltmeter.
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63 Secondary oxygen sensor
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72 random misfire cylinder 2
73 random misfire cylinder 3
74 random misfire cylinder 4
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12-(No code 12 used)
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14-Linear (line pressure control) solenoid open or shorted.
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