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Thank you for allowing me to assist you, my name is Joe and I will be happy to assist you with your concern today.
Have you inspected the connector for the switch?
Yes that is correct.
Is this a new or reman part and oem or aftermarket?
My apologies, I was referring to the actuator being replaced and checking the actual switch. When you use the drivers lock switch with the drivers actuator not connected the remaining three doors all lock/unlock, correct? (using only the drivers door lock switch for this test). And then with drivers actuator connected the others do not, at that point you would want to check power out of the switch at the actuator connector for ground and 12v power and if not present when you press the switch then disconnect from the actuator and test again.
But it does not actually succeed in locking/unlocking that door, correct?
Ok, please at this point test via a voltmeter like I explained before this way we can have a direction to look in. :)
No problem, I will return a reply as soon as I am able once you have replied back with your findings.