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Old 22-05-2016, 03:48 PM   #1
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Default MC Mondeo Wring Schematic

Hi all
Having dramas with the drivers door not showing as closed, door control module swapped over and proven ok, would any have access to and be able to share the wiring from door back to management system/fuse box?
Thanks in advance.
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Old 22-05-2016, 07:11 PM   #2
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Default Re: MC Mondeo Wring Schematic

According to Haynes the door module communicates on the MSCAN bus (Vt/Og,Gy/Og pair) to the GEM which is under the glovebox, referred to as the central fuse box in the owners manual. The front driver door lock and rear door module are linked to the front driver door module via LIN bus (one wire: grey/blue).The fuse (FA2)for the front driver door control module is in the rear fuse box, shown as a black wire to terminal A2 on the module.

Apart from Haynes manual which is very limited, I believe you can access wiring diagrams and manuals on etis for a $50 subscription.

I ran out of pic space so can't post pic from Haynes.

Forscan with MSCAN might help, don't know but I think does at least see the door modules.

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Default Re: MC Mondeo Wring Schematic

There are 12 diagrams in total for this set and they are different based on whether you have the power rear child safety locks or not.

Send me a PM and I can send you the relevant ones.

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Old 23-05-2016, 09:48 AM   #4
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Thanks Russ and Rondeo for your help, really appreciated

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