i have an industry magazine here that has an artical on this.
i dont have a scanner so i will try to translate.
AU1 , sept `89 - may `00.
original passenger door actuators currently unavailable and AU11 used instead.
the original actuators have a wire that provides the BCM with feedbacksignalthat lets it know that the door is locked.
AU11 actuator is missing feedback signal switch.
BCM no longer recieves door locked signal from passengers door.
it will then pulse the door locks three times to try and ensure that the door is locked.
the wiring can be changed to use the drivers door to provide the signal to the BCM.
they have a diagram that i will try to describe....................
find the BCM behind the dash under the instrument cluster , near the drivers left knee.
the BCM has 2 connectors , one connector ( A ) has 26 wire spots and 2 locator notchs on one side and 6 locators on the other.
one end (#call it the top ) has 4 wires spots offset to the rest and the other end has 6 offset.
start at the top and count 3 wires down on the side with the 6 locaters, should be the first of the not- offset spots, this should be a RED WIRE called -A3 .
next go to connector B ...... 22 wire spots .
need to find the YELLOW WIRE here called B20 .
it should be the 3RD from the end that has 2 offset wire spots ( bottom ) and will be on the side of the connector that has the 2 locator notches.
it says the colours are usually right but the position in the plug is most important.
now that you have the right wires , you need to cut the RED A3 wire and join the connector end of it to the YELLOW B20 wire.
tape up the other end of the RED A3.
this will mean that the central locking will no longer work from the passengers door.
i hope that you can understand this.
iff you are not confussed by now you should be able to handle the job ok