InstallGear Keyless Entry System with Two 4-Button Remotes & 4 Door Lock Actuators – Central Locking System

April 5, 2017 - Comment

From design, engineering and construction, this InstallGear central locking system is built not only to look good but to provide you with the ability to lock/unlock and pop your trunk via a compact remote system. Product Features: • Lock/unlock • Trunk pop • Lights flash Includes: • Two 3-button remotes • 4 Door lock actuators

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(as of June 19, 2019 3:00 pm UTC - Details)

From design, engineering and construction, this InstallGear central locking system is built not only to look good but to provide you with the ability to lock/unlock and pop your trunk via a compact remote system.

Product Features:
• Lock/unlock
• Trunk pop
• Lights flash

Includes:
• Two 3-button remotes
• 4 Door lock actuators
• Control module
• Wiring harness
• Actuator mounting hardware

Product Features

  • Lock/unlock
  • Trunk pop
  • Lights flash
  • Two 3-button remotes
  • 4 door lock actuators

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,…

Bradyn says:

Work great. Excellent buy! These things work great! I used these in a VIPER install for my chevy truck. The locks in my truck are very difficult to move and these things push them like they’re a lawnmower in a tractor pull. I was able to install these pretty easily in about 3 hours. Most of that time was spent finding where they would fit inside the door panel. Once I found the spot, I drilled a hole to fit the arm through, and bent it to shape. (very easy to do with some vise-grips) I could not figure out what the brass…

Mike says:

Saved Tons of Money! The Factory style door lock actuators are built into the lock/latch assemblies on my 2001 Cherokee. The cost for those units can run from $140 to almost $200 bucks each! I did a little research, and with some creativity, my son and I installed 2 of these on the left side. It took about an hour or two for each door. They work perfectly! Total cost about $12.50 Talk about laughing all the way to the bank!

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