OK. 20 minutes with a multimeter... this is where we are at.
Agreed - Deadlock feed is preferable (and probably what I will use). I planned to feed the module with an ignition feed, so that the mirrors didn't fold automatically unless the ignition key was out.
I thought the 'fold' button was latching, but it isn't. Its simply a press button.
The feed to the door locks appears to be the standard 3 wires. Common Ov (chassis), a positive signal to lock the doors, and a positive signal to deadlock the doors.
When the doors are unlocked, these cables reverse polarity and the common chassis feed becomes a 12v pulse and the other two become chassis - thus unlocking both motors together.
We just need to take a feed off the deadlock 12v signal - put it through a signal diode (to prevent a backfeed operating the locks) and power the 'close mirrors' signal on our relay.
The 'open mirrors' signal is taken from the common door motor feed. Again through a signal diode.
The original 'open/close' push button will do exactly as it used to.
Looking at the drivers side, all this can be accomplished on the M066 drivers side control module - mounted in the door panel.
I am hoping to find a male and female connectors that mate with the connections to the M066 panel. Then we can simply have a tiny 'plug and play' box that plugs into the existing loom and requires no cutting.
For those who want it optional, then a simple small black latching push button could be inserted and mounted on the door controls somewhere. I don't think you need that however.
Not sure if you can see the attached wiring..
OK.... back to proper work now
Last edited by Stevolution; 19-01-12 at 16:57.