[DML] Re: Spares info/Wings Aloft/door latch mod
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[DML] Re: Spares info/Wings Aloft/door latch mod

I've always had a crazy notion that if one were electronically inclined, it'd be possible to use the door light switches (assuming that they work properly and shut off when the doors are closed like they're supposed to) to disable the lock module when the switches are closed. Maybe intentionally short the power to the whole module when the switches are closed (doors open)? I get the feeling that a couple of relays would be all that it would take. 

It's one of those things that I've been wanting to investigate in earnest (a non-running car lends itself to this kind of project), but circuitry is not always intuitive for me. Given my Medusa-like relay compartment, I'm not ready to experiment either.

Thoughts, anyone? 

Oh, and chalk up another "ears perked up and listening" post for this topic. 


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, deloreanernst@... wrote:
> How did you modify the door locks or door switches to prevent  
> accidentally locking while the doors are open? Sounds like something  
> DeLoreans should have had from the factory.>>
> I've had several requests about this. I'll post it in the next day or so.
> -Wayne
> vin 11174
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