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To reset the pass word on Secustar EA/ES/EH I had to unscrew a red button near the hinge thus remove the rear housing. In doing so the black wire disconnected. Where do I connect it?

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You should really have the service manual at hand; they will contain color coding of all of the wiring. Either Haynes or Chilton will have all the electrical diagrams and the most serivce work you can do at home on the mechanical stuff. They cost between 20-30 dollars US and can be had at auto parts stores. 

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Are you talking about the door handle hinge? The door handle and hing do not need to be removed to remove the door panel. Remove the door handle bezel and the hole will be big enogh to come straight off with the door panel. See the picture below. This is the only diagram supplied in the service manual. It shows the bezel for the driver's door but it states that the rear door is similar. If you allready have the bezel off, or you are not talking about the door handle hinge, I don't know what you are talking about when you say "hinge thing"


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