CfD® Universal Car Power Door Lock Actuator 12-Volt Motor (4 Pack)

May 1, 2016 - Comment

These CrazyforDeals(TM) power door lock actuators can provide a power door lock to a door that has manual door lock. The actuator responds to electrical signals from the alarm or keyless entry system and physically moves the vehicle’s door locking rod to a locked or unlocked position. One of these actuators will be needed for

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These CrazyforDeals(TM) power door lock actuators can provide a power door lock to a door that has manual door lock. The actuator responds to electrical signals from the alarm or keyless entry system and physically moves the vehicle’s door locking rod to a locked or unlocked position. One of these actuators will be needed for each door you want to control.

Each CrazyforDeals(TM) 4-Pack of Actuators Includes:

• (4) Actuators
• (4) 6.75″ Mounting Straps
• (4) 8.5″ Connecting Rods
• (8) Self Tapping Screws
• Additional Pictured Hardware

Product Features

  • (4) Actuators
  • (8) Self Tapping Screws
  • (4) 6.75″ Mounting Straps
  • (4) 8.5″ Connecting Rods
  • Additional Pictured Hardware

Comments

MARK SPENSBERGER says:

Cheap Price Worth It ?!? Purchased this actuator for a Scion XB. The rear door lock actuators failed, so I went looking for an affordable replacement as the dealer wanted $100 each for OEM. Crazy price! $5.40 each with shipping included! Installation was straight forward, although the wire was a very light gauge. Actuators are very strong and have about a 1 inch pull. I would recommend soldering over crimping the wires. They have just been in for a day, so I can’t tell you about long term reliability, BUT at the price,…

eugene l. says:

this door lock actuator works good on my 93 s10 blazer and is adaptable for … this door lock actuator works good on my 93 s10 blazer and is adaptable for any vehicle without power locks.

rcwest says:

Can be difficult to install to get them to work properly Installation of these into my 2003 Mazda 2-door truck should have been easy, but it was not. First, it is never easy removing door panels, and because this truck never had auto door locks, wires had to be routed into the door and exactly where to mount these was tricky. Mounting holes had to be drilled and the rod had to be cut and attached so it moved freely. The actuators don’t come with instructions and you have to figure it out yourself or look for help on the web. I found a YouTube…

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