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1999 Ford Explorer Door Lock Actuator
REMOVAL:
1.Remove the front door trim panel.
2.Remove the water shield.
3.Remove the power door lock actuator.
4.Disconnect the electrical connector.
5.Drill out the rivet.
6.Disconnect the actuator rod.
7.Remove the actuator.
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Posted on Aug 08, 2010

  • Angelito Rabago
    Angelito Rabago Aug 08, 2010




    INSTALLATION:


    1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.



      • Use Heavy-Duty Riveter to install the actuator rivet.






    You will need to rivet the new actuator in. You can rent one at a tool rental store.


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