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Door harness plugs

I'm chasing a short on my 2002 V6 coupe. I am not getting power to my power door lock and power mirror switches on my driver's door. The power window switches in the driver's door works find, and the remote keyless entry works on the driver's door. I've checked the fuse (2.19) and it's good. The power door lock on the passenger door works. I've studies the 2002 Ford Mustang wiring manual quite a bit. It indicates that the door harnesses enters the door post through the flexible grommet, then goes to two plugs. I see where the harnesses comes in. It turns up and goes behind the GEM and some installation. I'm trying to find out how to get to the plugs, without tearing everything apart.

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