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What is causing grinding noise when power lock is used for left front door

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Have to remove inner door panel to find out

Posted on Jul 24, 2013

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SOURCE: Grinding noise on passenger door power lock when

it sounds like the door lock solenoid, almost every chrysler product has that problem

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a grinding noise coming from my front left

Sounds like the noise is a bad bearing to me. If the ball joints or tie rod ends were bad, you would have irregular steering or in an extreme case, the front end would fall apart and you would lose steering abilities.

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SOURCE: power door lock quit working on rear door

The most likely cause is a defective lock actuator.You'll have to pull the door panel to get at it.Unplug the connector,and rig a 12v test light across the two connector pins.Pressing the lock or unlock button should make the light come on(lock or unlock just reverses the polarity).If you get a light,then the actuator is the problem.If not,then trace back towards the lock relay to find the open in the circuit.

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