|Item Weight||14.08 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||8.2 x 3.1 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||IGDLA-2|
|Manufacturer Part Number||IGDLA-2|
InstallGear Universal Car Power Door Lock Actuators 12-Volt Motor (2 Pack)
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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 2-Pack of Actuators Includes:
• (2) Actuators
• (2) 6.75" Mounting Straps
• (2) 8.5" Connecting Rods
• (4) Self Tapping Screws
• Additional Pictured Hardware
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Assuming you're somewhat mechanically inclined and can follow along with most YouTube instructional videos, you really can't go wrong with buying these aftermarket door-lock actuators and giving the installation a shot. At under $10, why not give it a shot?
It took me 45-60 minutes from start to finish with completing this job, and would have taken less time if I was more familiar with the Impala door panel/lock removal process. In my case, the wires were not labeled so it was trial-and-error to find out which two wires controlled the OEM lock/unlock. Once I found that out, the rest was simple and re-installation was a piece of cake. As other reviews have mentioned, these new actuators are not as quiet as the factory ones, but hearing the solid "clunk" is a great sound, considering the alternative is a non-functioning door lock.