|Item Weight||10.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 3.5 x 6.5 inches|
|Item model number||746-014|
|Exterior||Ready To Paint|
|Manufacturer Part Number||746014|
|OEM Part Number||16603085, 1719362, 1719363, 20021912, 20021913, 20432632, 20474092, 20474093, 20710114, 20710115, 22020256, 22062740, 22071946, 22071947, 22542026, 22542027, 3080699, 5045678, 5045694, 8134627, J8134627|
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Dorman 746-014 Door Lock Actuators
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Restore the ease and convenience of remotely locking or unlocking any one of your vehicle’s doors with Dorman’s Door Lock Actuator Motor. The actuator returns the power door lock to proper operation—and our robust plastic housing helps protect the actuator from damage, ensuring year after year of service.
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I bought three of these for my 1999 Tahoe, two for my Front doors and one for my rear barn door, the rear passenger doors were still working fine.
The Stock Barn Door Rivets were a lot bigger than the Rivets that came with the unit, the provided rivets were too small for the holes in the doors. I went to Home Depot and they didnt have the right size rivets either, so I bought Galvanized Bolts and Wing Nuts to fit the holes in the door. Wing nuts made it easier to get the threads started in such a tight spot.
The rivets were the right size for the other doors in the truck, so it seems that just the rear Barn Doors require a bigger rivet or Nut and Bolt of your preference if thats what you need it for.
All in all I am satisfied, its great having my doors lock and unlock as intended again.
They caused the actuator to block the window regulator. Bad.
I had to use nut/bolt/washer combination. As well as pull the door panel out away from the window (in the actuator mounting area). Use an over sized heavy washer on the interior (of the van) side of the door; use a same sized or smaller washer on the inside [of the door cavity]. Tighten the nut up until you have flattened the metal out. Pull on the end of the botl with Vise grips a couple of times (a bit like a slide hammer) until you have a flatter area. Test until it works.
The old actuator is pop-riveted in place and needs to be chiseled or cut free with an angle grinder or something similar. Do not attempt this replacement unless you have access to good tools.
The new actuator comes with a mounting bracket that can be used to install it on either the driver's or the passenger's side door, but the actuator needs to be partially disassembled to mount the bracket. Additionally, the kit comes with pop-rivets that are not large enough to attach the bracket to the door hardware.
Thankfully, the bracket comes with metric-threaded frame nuts. Three minutes at my local Ace Hardware and $3 got me a pair of stainless steel screws and washers that hold the actuator in place much better than any pop rivet could have.
Installation went smoothe with help of YouTube vids.
I like these as I've order another kind B4 and these come with the dust/dirt cover like factory as the previous one's I received did not and I needed to use the one off the old unit.
Also, get a rivet gun to replace the rivets you drill out when replacing the unit, it's fast, easy and way more efficient than using nuts & bolts as there is NO room to fidgit around inside the door.