You could have an issue with the fuse block, or an open circuit 56 which is the tan/white wire that is direct from relay to actuator Pin A. The schematic is calling it r33 at the relay, I don't know how they are labeled, or if the are. With the actuator disconnected, and the relay out, you can measure resistance of that circuit by probing Pin A at actuator, and probing the relay terminals. If you don't have continuity on any, it may be open. Or you can go to the back of the fuse block, and determine which is the correct terminal. The control side, and the switch side of the relay share the same power feed which is jointly connected within the fuse block. Check with a test light that there is two powers at the relay pins r31 and r32. If there is not two powers, you could have an issue with the fuse block.
Tuesday, January 12th, 2010 AT 10:48 AM