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I searched all over the Honeywell website and was unable to locate any information on a Honeywell EM150. Perhaps there is another number on the part? I'm including their Customer Support number in this message. They should be able to help you identify the part number and help you locate a wiring diagram through their technical support department.
For further questions, contact Honeywell Customer Care at 1-877-271-8620
https://yourhome.honeywell.com/home/Applications/ContactUs.aspx

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07grandprix my door locks are all actin up sometimes they work & sometimes they dont I can set the alarm even tho they wont lock & the alarm goes off if u open the door but won't lock with the key/pad


The Power Door Lock System is controlled by the body control module (BCM) and can be activated by any one of the following
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A door lock switch lock or unlock actuation.


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A door lock cylinder switch unlock actuation.


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A keyless entry transmitter actuation.


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An automatic door lock actuation (Personalization function).


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An automatic door unlock actuation (Personalization function).


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A last door closed locking (LDCL) actuation (Personalization function).


Door Lock Operation
When the body control module (BCM) detects a transition of either of the door lock switches to the lock position, it switches the door lock actuator lock control circuit to voltage. Since the lock actuator unlock control circuits are at ground potential within the BCM, the door lock actuator motors transition to the lock position.
Driver Door Unlock Operation
When the body control module (BCM) detects a transition of either of the door lock switches to the unlock position, it switches the driver door lock actuator unlock control circuit to voltage. Since the door lock actuator lock control circuit is at ground potential within the BCM, the left front (LF) door lock actuator motor transitions to the Unlock position.
The driver door lock actuator unlock control circuit is a dedicated control circuit used only for the driver door lock actuator motor. This is done so that the driver door may be unlocked by itself using a keyless entry transmitter or an automatic door unlock function (if programmed).
Faulty electrical connections or wiring may be the cause of intermittent conditions. Refer to Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections.
A factory scan tool would help for checking inputs from the door switches to the BCM ! You could do it with out scan tool , a lot more work involved ! Need a wiring diagram an a component location chart an wiring harness routing diagram !
Most intermittent conditions are caused by faulty electrical connections or wiring. Inspect for the following items:
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Wiring broken inside the insulation


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Poor connection between the male and female terminal at a connector


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Poor terminal to wire connection--Some conditions which fall under this description are poor crimps, poor solder joints, crimping over the wire insulation rather than the wire itself, and corrosion in the wire to terminal contact area, etc.


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Pierced or damaged insulation can allow moisture to enter the wiring causing corrosion. The conductor can corrode inside the insulation, with little visible evidence. Look for swollen and stiff sections of wire in the suspect circuits.


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Wiring which has been pinched, cut, or its insulation rubbed through may cause an intermittent open or short as the bare area touches other wiring or parts of the vehicle.


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Wiring that comes in contact with hot or exhaust components


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Refer to Inducing Intermittent Fault Conditions in order to duplicate the conditions required, in order to verify the customer concern.


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Refer to Testing for Electrical Intermittents for test procedures to detect intermittent open, high resistance, short to ground, and short to voltage conditions.


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Refer to Scan Tool Snapshot Procedure for advanced intermittent diagnosis and Vehicle Data Recorder operation.


You should take it to a ASE certified repair shop if not familiar with Automotive electronics !

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Need wiring diagram to include: Underfloor heating downstairs (wet system,polyplumb) combi boiler for the heating and hot water


Hi,
could you provide the exact model number or the product you need the wiring diagram for



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Honeywell V8034F1036 Zone Valve


The Honeywell V8043F1036 zone valve is a simple two way on-off low voltage valve that consists of two parts. There is an actuator that has a motor and an end switch, and then there is the valve assembly that controls the flow of the water.

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The valve assembly is normally a straight through design that is built in such a way so that the valve can be installed without disassembly. The simple ball design is such that the ball is suspended inside the valve without touch any metal in the fully open position. This allows the valve to be soldered in the piping fully assembled. Each time the valve is opened and closed the ball is turned slightly which keeps dirt from building up at one spot and creating a leak. This also allows for even wear on all surfaces and therefore this valve virtually does not ever wear out from use.

The actuator contains a small 24v synchronous motor to open the valve and hold it open as long as power is supplied to the motor. When power is turned off the spring loaded return pulls the valve back shut. The power to the motor can be control through any low voltage thermostat. Power consumption is only 7.7va so up to 6 valves can be controlled from one 40va transformer. The actuator also has a manual open feature that allows you to manually open the valve in the event of a power failure. The valve will then return to normal operation when the power is restored.

In the event of an actuator failure the motor or the whole actuator can be replaced without removing the valve or draining the system. The replacement process is very easy and can be performed in a matter of minutes. The process only requires the loosening of two screws and the change over of the wiring.

The V8043F1036 Honeywell zone valve is one of the most common zone valves installed on many hydronic hot water heating systems. This zone valve has been a rock solid staple in the heating industry for many years.

There are some failures in these valves after years of use. The most common things that go wrong are the failure of the motor and the wearing out of the gears inside to the point where they skip and do not open the valve. The end switch will give problems on rare occasions.

Overall after installing hundreds of these valves I rate them as one of the best zone valves on the market. They are easy to install and service. Considering the wear and tear that a zone valve receives the total number of failures seen with these valves is very minimal

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Headlights won't open on 1985 Corvette


There are two motors, and three relays in the system. Here's how it works:

The headlight door motors reverse direction by reversing polarity. However, the automatic shut off (high torque switch, or HTS) makes that a rather more complex task than at first it might seem.

That's because when a motor reaches its limit, one of the 'wires' is disconnected from the motor by the HTS. Reversing the polarity at this point wouldn't do anything since the circuit is broken by the HTS.

Consequently, each motor has three wires for control. The combination of the blue wire, gray wire, and green wire provide polarity reversal to the motor (to make it able to run in both directions) and to run each motor from its resting state, after it has shut off.

There are of course two motors. They operate and are controlled identically.

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RIGHT HAND MOTOR

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That is, in order to run the motor up, the system connects the green wire to the hot side and the gray wire to ground. In order to run the motor down, the system connects the blue wire to the hot side, and the green wire to ground.

The left hand motor operates the same, except for its blue wire is actually blue with white stripes.

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When it's time to go up, the actuator relays are energized when the pink wires coming from the isolation relay are connected to the hot side through the newly closed contacts of the isolation relay, the isolation relay is energized because the yellow wire coming from the head light switch is now hot.

When the actuator relays are energized, they furnish 12v from the always hot red wires, through their newly closed contacts, to the green wire. The motor is grounded through the newly closed contacts of the actuator relays. The motors will run up until the circuit is broken by the HTS. When operating properly, with the light doors in the full up position, all relays are energized and draw current, but the motors do not.

There are very counterintuitive things about this circuitry: When the motors are running UP, both the hot side and the ground are furnished by and through the actuator relay. However, when the motors are running DOWN, only the ground is furnished by the actuator relay because the blue and blue/white wires do not run to or through the actuator relay.

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Although the actuator relays look similar to the isolation relay, they are very different, they cannot be swapped. Please note that the system is very interdependent, and it's easy to see why Chevrolet changed to electronic (as opposed to electro-mechanical) controls.
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Google seArch Honeywell V8043E .pdf
Include .pdf in search parameter to find manual with wiring diagrams.
http://www.forwardthinking.honeywell.com/related_links/water/5000_series/install/95c_10932.pdf

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