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Lock failure front lock replaced, now rear.. need cheaper option

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  • EJ Lutz
    EJ Lutz Apr 01, 2014

    The drivers side of the car door locks stop working especially when in the sun. I paid to get the drivers side fixed $400 so I want to do the drivers side rear door myself. .. Or fix it? Can I get an adequate used part somewhere?

  • Alex Webster
    Alex Webster Apr 18, 2014

    There are discount import parts stores that offer parts for less. Other than that you will just have to search online.

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EJ, There are discount import parts stores that offer parts for less. Other than that you will just have to search online.

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