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Can andco actuators be wired so that power to a termial will tell it to open and loss of power on the same terminal tell it to close ? Or do I need to do something with relays preceeding the actuator. Their wiring diagram on the net doesn't help much. Im looking at the eagle series.

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I have a 04 Pontiac G6 4 door sedan the sun shade opens up no problem but when I try to open the glass the first one lifts up but that's it the other 3 pieces dont


Power Sunroof System Components
The power sunroof system consists of the following components:
• One tilting glass sunroof panel--For sunroof vent functions
• Three sliding glass sunroof panels, which allow the sunroof to open in sections
• Power sunshade panel--An adaptable panel which is rolled out or rolled in and stored by the sunshade motor/actuator in order to cover or uncover the sunroof glass panels
• Power sunroof switch--A rotary style switch controlling sunroof switch signal inputs to the sunroof motor/actuator
• Power sunshade switch--A momentary press style switch controlling sunshade switch signal inputs to the sunshade motor/actuator
• Power sunroof motor/actuator--Comprised of both the sunroof motor/actuator and the sunroof electronic control module, it is sometimes referred to as the sunroof control module/motor assembly.
• Power sunshade motor/actuator--Comprised of both the sunshade motor/actuator and the sunshade electronic control module, it is sometimes referred to as the sunroof slave module.
Sunroof Motor/Actuator and Sunroof Switch
The sunroof motor/actuator assembly is located at the rear of the passenger compartment, above the rear view window, between the headliner and the roof structure. The sunroof motor/actuator assembly also contains the sunroof electronic control module and the two components are serviced together as a unit.
Battery positive voltage is supplied to the motor/actuator at all times through the 25-amp LAMELLA ROOF fuse located in the rear fuse block. Whenever the ignition is turned to RUN or ACCESSORY, or when the retained accessory power (RAP) system is active, the motor/actuator is also supplied battery positive voltage through the accessory voltage circuit and the 10-amp ROOF/HEAT SEAT fuse which is located in the body control module (BCM). The sunroof motor/actuator is grounded through splice S403 to body ground G302.
The sunroof motor/actuator supplies voltage to the sunroof switch through three internal resistors and three hard wire circuits. The 3 hard wire circuits are:
• Sunroof switch data 1 signal circuit
• Sunroof switch data 2 signal circuit
• Sunroof switch data 3 signal circuit
The sunroof switch, which is also grounded to G302, is a rotary style switch. When the switch control lever is turned in a rotational direction, the appropriate switch contacts and signal circuits for the selected mode are simultaneously opened and/or closed to ground in order to provide the appropriate combination of voltage signals to the sunroof motor/actuator. The sunroof motor/actuator interprets the signals, and then applies battery positive voltage and ground to the appropriate circuits of the integral power sunroof motor in order to move the sunroof glass panels. At the same time, the sunroof motor/actuator sends a serial data message, via the keyword 2000 serial data circuit, to the sunshade motor/actuator to open the sunshade panel in conjunction with the sunroof glass. As the sunroof glass panels slide rearward to the open position, the sunshade motor/actuator simultaneously rolls in the adaptable sunshade panel.
The sunroof switch is mounted in a bezel which is located above the rearview mirror.


Circuit/System Description
The sunroof system is controlled by the sunroof switch and the sunroof control module/motor assembly, which is also known as the motor/actuator assembly.
The sunroof control module is supplied battery positive voltage at all times through the 15A SUNROOF fuse located in the rear fuse block. Whenever the ignition is turned to RUN or ACCESSORY, or when the retained accessory power (RAP) system is active, the module is also supplied voltage through the accessory voltage circuit and the 10-amp ROOF/HEAT SEAT fuse located in the body control module (BCM). The sunroof control module is grounded through the ground circuit at G302.
The sunroof control module supplies voltage to the contacts of the sunroof switch through the sunroof switch close signal circuit and the sunroof switch open signal circuit. The sunroof control module also supplies ground to the switch contacts through the sunroof switch low reference circuit. When the switch is operated, the contacts and signal circuit for the selected mode are closed to ground, the voltage is pulled low in the module, and the appropriate signal is recognized by the control module. The control module then internally applies battery positive voltage and ground to the appropriate circuits of the reversible power sunroof motor in order to move the sunroof glass panel to the open, close, or vent


Do you know how to do electrical testing ?
Circuit/System Testing
Ignition OFF, disconnect the harness connector at the sunroof control module.
Ignition OFF, test for less than 1.0 ohm of resistance between the ground circuit terminal 1 and ground.
? If greater than the specified range, test the ground circuit for an open/high resistance.
Ignition ON, verify that a test lamp illuminates between the ignition circuit terminal 3 and ground.
? If the test lamp does not illuminate, test the ignition circuit for a short to ground or an open/high resistance.
Verify that a test lamp illuminates between the B+ circuit terminal 6 and ground.
? If the test lamp does not illuminate, test the B+ circuit for a short to ground or an open/high resistance.
Connect the harness connector at the sunroof control module.
Ignition OFF, disconnect the harness connector at the sunroof switch.
Ignition OFF, test for less than 1.0 ohm of resistance between the low reference circuit terminal B and ground.
? If greater than the specified range, test the low reference circuit for an open/high resistance. If the circuit tests normal, test or replace the sunroof control module.
Ignition ON, test for B+ between the signal circuit terminal C and ground.
? If not the specified value, test the signal circuit for a short to ground or an open/high resistance. If the circuit tests normal, test or replace the sunroof control module.
Test for B+ between the signal circuit terminal A and ground.
? If not the specified value, test the signal circuit for a short to ground or an open/high resistance. If the circuit tests normal, test or replace the sunroof control module.
If all circuits test normal, test or replace the sunroof switch.

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How to recode Chevy sunroof. Motion


Circuit/System Description
The sunroof control module supplies each of the sunroof switch signal circuits with a 12-volt reference. When a switch is pressed the signal circuit is pulled low signaling the sunroof open or close request. The module determines the motor direction based on inputs received from the sunroof switch.
Sunroof Motor/Actuator Initialization/Teach Process
Perform the initialization/teach procedure any time:
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A new sunroof motor/actuator has been installed.


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The existing sunroof motor/actuator has been removed and reinstalled.


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The sunroof system has suffered 3 interruptions for emergency events, i.e. anti-pinch, debris in tracks etc., and normal operation is canceled.

By performing the initialization/teach procedure, the sunroof motor/actuator records the open vent stop position. The motor/actuator will then understand the other positions, closed and full open soft stop, and allow express and obstacle detection functions.

  1. Ensure that all electrical harness connectors are connected.
  2. Turn the ignition to ON.
  3. Completely close the sunroof window with the manual close switch.
  4. Press the sunroof vent switch to the vent open position until the sunroof window stops, and continue holding the switch for at least 10 seconds.
  5. Important: The initialization/teach procedure is not complete if the battery and/or ignition power has been interrupted during the process.
    The Initialization/Teach Process must be restarted if the procedure is not carried out completely.
  6. Verify the operation of the sunroof in all positions.
If this does nothing !
Important: Because of the accessibility of the sunroof switch, perform the sunroof switch component test before beginning the Circuit/System Testing.
Power Sunroof Malfunction
  1. Ignition OFF, disconnect the harness connector at the sunroof control module.
  2. Test for less than 5.0 ohm between the ground circuit terminal 2 and ground.
  3. ?‡'
    If greater than the specified range, test the ground circuit for an open/high resistance.

  4. Verify that a test lamp illuminates between the B+ circuit terminal 1 and ground.
  5. ?‡'
    If the test lamp does not illuminate, test the B+ circuit for a short to ground or an open/high resistance. If the circuit tests normal and the B+ circuit fuse is open, replace the fuse and replace the sunroof control module.

  6. Ignition ON, verify that a test lamp illuminates between the ignition circuit terminal 5 and ground.
  7. ?‡'
    If the test lamp does not illuminate, test the ignition circuit for an open/high resistance. If the circuit tests normal, refer to Retained Accessory Power (RAP) Malfunction.

  8. Ignition ON, verify that a test lamp illuminates between the ignition circuit terminal 6 and ground.
  9. ?‡'
    If the test lamp does not illuminate, test the ignition circuit for an open/high resistance. If the circuit tests normal, refer to Retained Accessory Power (RAP) Malfunction.

  10. Ignition OFF, connect the harness connector at the sunroof control module.
  11. Disconnect the harness connector at the sunroof switch.
  12. Test for less than 5.0 ohm between the ground circuit terminal 5 and ground.
  13. ?‡'
    If greater than the specified range, test the ground circuit for an open/high resistance.

    Important: Apply ground to the module for no longer than 2 seconds at a time or the module could be damaged.
    When performing the following tests, make sure that the sunroof or sunshade is not at its end of travel position by switching the grounded jumper to the other signal circuit if the sunroof or sunshade does not move in one direction.

  14. Ignition ON, momentarily install a 10-amp fused jumper wire between the signal circuit terminal 6 and ground. The sunroof should move.
  15. ?‡'
    If the sunroof does not move, test the signal circuit for a short to ground, short to voltage or an open/high resistance. If the circuit test is normal, replace the sunroof control module.

  16. Momentarily install a 10-amp fused jumper wire between the signal circuit terminal 4 and ground. The sunroof should move.
  17. ?‡'
    If the sunroof does not move, test the signal circuit for a short to ground, short to voltage or an open/high resistance. If the circuit test is normal, replace the sunroof control module.

  18. With the sunroof in the fully closed position, momentarily install a 10-amp fused jumper wire between the signal circuit terminal 2 and ground. The sunroof should vent open.
  19. ?‡'
    If the sunroof does not vent open, test the signal circuit for a short to ground, short to voltage or an open/high resistance. If the circuit test is normal, replace the sunroof control module.

  20. Momentarily install a 10-amp fused jumper wire between the signal circuit terminal 8 and ground. The sunroof should close.
  21. ?‡'
    If the sunroof does not close, test the signal circuit for a short to ground, short to voltage or an open/high resistance. If the circuit test is normal, replace the sunroof control module.

  22. If all circuits test normal, test or replace the sunroof switch.

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My heat wont come on in my chevy 1994 pick up truck. No power to the controls


you forget to check coolant flow to the valve and is valve closing/opening... is actuator working? very often problem is with the valve "freezing" in closed position (calcium deposits), check the valve...

if no power to the controls and you are sure thay are electric - check stage by stage where power is going. use continuity tester (12v bulb with 5m wire attached...) to determine where is break in circuit.

connect one end of the wire to negative terminal on the battery and then step by step touch fuse, switch (all positions if it is multiselector), valve terminal - if you have current flow, and valve actuator is electrical - it maybe faulty.

you did not provided exact model - and therefore only general advice was provided, if you find it useful - do nto forget to vote...

Feb 04, 2015 | 1994 Chevy C/K Pickup 3500 Block-It 380...

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P2102 code throttle actuator control and motor circuit low


best of all, RTM, that is read the manual, its called the FSM.
http://www.scantool.net/software/alldata-diy-1-month-subscription.html
just as it says,
on fly by wire cars. this is the throttle controller
on older cars we have just idle speed controls.
guessing will be expensive, get an ASE tech to diagnose this for you.
can be just dirty, Throttle body.
bad wire to controller , bad grounds to same.
here is a full list
DTC P2102 (generic not suz)
Throttle actuator power supply line circuit low input

DETECTION CONDITION
•The PCM monitors the input voltage from the drive-by-wire relay when the PCM turns the drive-by-wire relay on. If the input voltage is less than 5.0 V, the PCM determines that the drive-by-wire relay control circuit voltage is low.

Diagnostic support note
•This is a continuous monitor (CCM).

•The MIL illuminates if the PCM detects the above malfunction condition in the first drive cycle.

•PENDING CODE is available if the PCM detects the above malfunction condition.

•FREEZE FRAME DATA is available.

•The DTC is stored in the PCM memory.

POSSIBLE CAUSE
•Drive-by-wire relay malfunction

•Connector or terminal malfunction

•Open circuit in wiring harness between main relay terminal C and drive-by-wire relay terminal A

•Short to ground in wiring harness between main relay terminal C and drive-by-wire relay terminal A

•Open circuit in wiring harness between drive-by-wire relay terminal E and PCM terminal 5H

•Open circuit in wiring harness between battery positive terminal and drive-by-wire relay terminal D

•Short to ground in wiring harness between battery positive terminal and drive-by-wire relay terminal D

•Open circuit in wiring harness between drive-by-wire relay terminal C and PCM terminal 4C

•Short to ground in wiring harness between drive-by-wire relay terminal C and PCM terminal 4C

•PCM malfunction (extreme rare)

Feb 06, 2013 | 2007 Suzuki Grand Vitara 4WD

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Battery isolator wiring diagram


The positives are separated by the selector switch.
Therefore negatives (or negative earths) can be commoned and left connected to batteries.
As a circuit needs to complete a closed loop from battery positive through the selected switch contact through the load 'caravan' then back to negative, the unselected negatives don't do anything.
So, YES WE CAN. :)
Hope this helps.
Clive.
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Nov 18, 2017 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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The timer didn't lose ant time off of it and the dryer didn't get warm at all? What is the problem do you think?


Dryer will not run
1. No power--check fuse & power supply
2. Loose wiring--check terminals & wiring
3. Door switch--make certain door closed properly to actuate switch
4. Defective motor---check motor.
5. Defective timer---replace timer

Runs but will not heat
1.loose wiring--check terminals & wiring
2. Defective thermostat--replace thermostat
3.defective centrifugal switch in motor--replace switch (check linkage to motor)
4. Defective timer--replace timer
5. Open heater element---replace heater element
6. Heat switch set to off----set switch for desired heat

Sep 21, 2011 | Kenmore Dryers

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I got a 1994 dodge intrepid and I have 2 codes up on it and i dont know what they are. Code 35 and 45?


Fault Code 35
Description: Radiator fan relay circuit is open or shorted
Power loss light: Off
Limp-in mode: None

Possible Causes:
Bad connection or wiring - Check the wiring and connections between the logic module and the relay. Clean and regrease any corroded connectors with dielectric grease and repair any shorts.

Bad relay - Disconnect the relay and apply 12V across the coil terminals (between the white wire and either of the other two terminals on the small connector). You should hear a click for either of the two termials and the connection between the grey wire and the other two terminals of the large connector should be shorted.

Diagnostic Method
Trigger Parameters
- Near 0V or near 12V not detected when the relay is turned on or off, respectively
Results If Component Fails
Fault code 35 is stored.


Fault Code 45
Notes: For Turbo models only

Description: Turbo boost limit exceeded
Power loss light: On
Limp-in mode: None

Possible Causes
Vaccum leak - Check all vaccum lines between the wastegate actuator, manifold, and wastegate solenoid. Also check the line to the MAP sensor. Repair or replace any bad lines.

Wastegate solenoid failure - The wastegate solenoid is located in the right, front fender next to one to three other solenoids. See the Understanding Solenoids page.

Bad connection or wiring - Check the wiring and connections between the logic modle (or SMEC) and the wastegate solenoid. Clean and regrease any corroded connectors with dielectric grease and repair any shorts. This condition may be accompanied by a code 36.

Wastegate actuator spring failure - Try to slide the wastegate to wastegate actuator push rod into the actuator. It should not move. Try to pull it out. If it pulls out with little effort (even if it springs back in), replace the actuator.

Jammed wastegate - Disconnect the wastegate actuator pushrod and swing the wastegate arm on top of the turbo. It should have about a 50 degree swing. Make sure the lever and push rod are clear of any obsticles that may cause them to jam (the heat shield below the fuel rail is a major culprit).

Diagnostic Method
Trigger Parameters
- MAP sensor output voltage has exceeded overboost cut-off point

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Following years are probably the same as 1987, but I don't have any hard data to back that up. Some have said that 4.74V was the max for Turbo I engines of later years. Some information indicates that the Turbo II with an automatic had a cut-off of 4.96V, but I don't know of any Turbo II vehicle that had an automatic transmission.

Results If Component Fails
A fault code 45 is stored, the power loss light is turned on, and the fuel injectors are shut off. Once the boost has fallen to 3 psi to 5 psi, the fuel injectors are turned back on and the power loss light is turned off. The overboost cut-off point for a particular vehicle depends on the year, engine, and transmission.


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Mar 29, 2011 | 1994 Dodge Intrepid

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How do you wire a 120v. lite timer?


Most timers such as intermatic will have a preinstalled jumper going from the line side terminals to the clock itself. Depending on what clock you have, there should be power going from the line side to the clock somewhere.

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Engine goes to idle while driving


P2104 Throttle Actuator Control System - Forced Idle
P2106 Throttle Actuator Control System - Forced Limited Power
P2111 Throttle Actuator Control System - Stuck Open
P2112 Throttle Actuator Control System - Stuck Closed
P2135 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch “A” /"B" Voltage Correlation
I looked it up and I will give you a web site I got it from http://www.f150online.com/forums/v8-engines/280570-p2104-p2106-p2111-p2112-p2135.html I hope this helps

May 25, 2009 | 2004 Ford Explorer

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Electronic Throttle Control


DTC P2106 Throttle actuator control system-forced limited power DETECTION CONDITION
• The PCM monitors the throttle actuator control current when the ignition switch is on. If the control current is less than 8 A or more than 11 A, the PCM determines that the throttle actuator control system is under forced limited power. Diagnostic support note
• This is a continuous monitor (CCM). • The MIL illuminates if the PCM detects the above malfunction condition in the first drive cycle. • PENDING CODE is available if the PCM detects the above malfunction condition. • FREEZE FRAME DATA is available. • The DTC is stored in the PCM memory. POSSIBLE CAUSE
• Throttle actuator malfunction • Connector or terminal malfunction • Open circuit in wiring harness between throttle body terminal A and PCM terminal 1B • Short to power supply in wiring harness between throttle body terminal A and PCM terminal 1B • Short to GND in wiring harness between throttle body terminal A and PCM terminal 1B • Open circuit in wiring harness between throttle body terminal B and PCM terminal 1C • Short to power supply in wiring harness between throttle body terminal B and PCM terminal 1C • Short to GND in wiring harness between throttle body terminal B and PCM terminal 1C • PCM malfunction
and for the other one

the dealers need to reflash the powertrain module ( ETC ) ...

hope i'll not get that problem on my 04 hemi...

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