Yes, I am referring to a 10 pin connector. I always forget what it is called. I always say 8 way or 10 way meaning connector. This is very good that our information matches. Unlatch, and lift/release are seperate motor circuits.
And yes to the fuse number 32 in left side power panel(interior fuse box).
The whole motor has all 10 connections that are for 5 seperate items. Two motors, two switches, one hall effect. This is all called the motor assembly. If each part has a Chrysler part number, good. There is a module on the left pillar, which does the logic. It has stored codes to start the body diagnostics. The tan wires are one motor and two orange for larger motor with clutch. If it turns and reverses, whether it is a hall effect problem or another input or motor load problem, the logic will tell. I'm thinking the same as yo. The best and fasted way to diagnose is a scan tool for all body functions on this van, DRBIII. Or equal. It will operate and sense the inputs, both motors, plus have a way to reset the logic to a start mode, afterwards. Does it chime? See if it can be serviced seperately(motor assembly), it could be this or its controls.
One winding is for just unlatching and the other takes over. I will look at another if I can. Ok sir or maam.
Sunday, November 15th, 2009 AT 11:56 PM