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    replacing door locks on a vehicle

    My drivers side door lock isnt working very well and I am having trouble finding a new one, I realize I will likely have to change the ignition and **** as well. Has anyone else done this before?





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    Re: replacing door locks on a vehicle

    Do you know what the problem is? Like the lock actuator or something else? That could be a relatively simple fix... I've added power locks to two old cars and the solenoids can sometimes be finicky although I would assume your situation is different.



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