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Can you please tell me where does the power door lock actuator go on a 1995 ford Taurus in the door panel, (I don't know what hole it goes on on the lock latch) if you could send me a pic of where they both go on i would be very grateful does it go on the pink ring on the door lock latch or the yellow one and where does the linkage arm from the lock cylinder go on the door lock latch Thank You

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Hello, This is all I can find, I Hope it helps!

Best wishes and Good Luck!

Posted on Apr 10, 2011

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  • Joseph Hindman
    Joseph Hindman Apr 10, 2011

    im looking for the door lock latch and how the rods connect on it

  • Derek McClellan Apr 10, 2011

    So you need something more like this?

    Hope this helps even more!

    Best Wishes and Good luck!

  • Joseph Hindman
    Joseph Hindman Apr 10, 2011

    close but i wanna see a large detailed image with color

  • Joseph Hindman
    Joseph Hindman Apr 10, 2011

    kinda like this

    but i want to see where the connecting rods go



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