|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.5 x 7.5 x 9.5 inches|
|Item model number||IGDLA-4|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||IGDLA-4|
|Cover Included||(4) Actuators|
InstallGear Universal Car Power Door Lock Actuator 12-Volt Motor (4 Pack)
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PLEASE NOTE: Some level car door lock and/or automotive mechanical knowledge is highly recommended to properly install this product
These 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 4-Pack of Actuators Includes:
- (4) Actuators
- (4) 6.75" Mounting Straps
- (4) 8.5" Connecting Rods
- (8) Self Tapping Screws
- Additional Pictured Hardware
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Find junkyard parts - ~$40, but very temporary
Buy new/refurbished locks - $50-$180 each
Buy these actuators - $13 and a little labor
These work fantastically, and have no issue locking/unlocking my vehicle. Just had to splice them into my existing harness.
Extra kudos to the seller, who sent me extra mounting straps for my installation. Many thanks!
Then I checked the door lock master device and it was still sending the signal to the actuators, but as an intermittent signal. I found the problem was with the wiring at the door hinge pivot in-between the device and the actuator. Nine years of opening and closing the drivers door had weakened the wiring and it was only making periodic contact. I replaced the wiring and the outer sleeve with a better product and all works as it should again. While inside the door, I also noticed the bracket and actuator rod were still bright, clean and not rusted. I've done repairs on doors with the metal solenoid actuators in other projects due to lack of operation and they would come out rusted, sticky and pretty much a mess. These universal actuators, being housed in plastic or nylon, with no exposed metal moving parts are holding up great. If you have this style of actuator and it's seems like it's going bad or not working, it may be your installation causing the problem and not the product. I've seen some pretty hacked up self-installs and I've been amazed they even worked, eventually they don't because of lack of good moral mechanical ability and just blame the product.
Dec. 22nd 2013 UPDATE: Wow, so it's been over 3 months and these things are going strong. Aside from the light gauge wire..... I would recommenced using lock tight on the rod clamps, one came lose within the first week, no big deal, 5 minutes per door, open them up, use a little lock tight, problem solved. Very happy with them. :-)
May 4th 2014 UPDATE: The lock actuators are still working perfectly! Now I need an actuator for the passenger front door, so I am ordering 2 of these, I can't believe they are sold in a 2 pack for $9.62 with FREE SHIPPING!UNREAL value!
Only one problem I experienced with these: they did not include long enough screws. The screws included would only reach halfway through the holes! How can this be!?! so you may need to purchase your own hardware for these.