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TOPIC: Does anyone know where the 12-pin passenger door connector is on a 1990 GT?

Does anyone know where the 12-pin passenger door connector is on a 1990 GT? 15 Oct 2012 10:37 #11846


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It is supposed to be the ultimate way to emergency bypass the switch and Window Control Unit by jumpering 12v power directly to the passenger door Window motor, via pins 1 and 2. This would sure beat the heck out of having to pull the door panel off to access the motor connections! I saw a reference that says it is down alongside the side firewall for each door, but I simply cannot find it.

On older 928s, it was an 18-pin connector. On 90 and above, it supposedly went to 12 pin.
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Does anyone know where the 12-pin passenger door connector is on a 1990 GT? 15 Oct 2012 10:46 #11848


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Are you referring to the door plug that connects just above the fuel brain?
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Does anyone know where the 12-pin passenger door connector is on a 1990 GT? 15 Oct 2012 10:53 #11849


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Not really sure? It is the one that feeds all the wires that go into the passenger door.
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Does anyone know where the 12-pin passenger door connector is on a 1990 GT? 15 Oct 2012 14:30 #11850


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Yes, same plug.
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