Door Lock Actuator - Integrated With Latch
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Door Lock Actuator - Integrated With Latch Door Lock Actuator - Integrated With Latch
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Dorman - OE Solutions Door Lock Actuator - Integrated With Latch

Part No. 937-644 Warranty Details  

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Restore the convenience of remotely locking or unlocking your vehicle’s doors, with our Door Lock Actuator Motor. The actuator returns the power door lock to proper operation.

Product Features:
  • Direct replacement for a proper fit every time
  • High quality electric motor
  • Durable construction
  • Vehicle try-on testing has been conducted on this part to ensure trouble-free performance
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Activation Type:Electric
Mounting Hardware Included:Not Required
Self-Lubricating:No Lubrication Required
Terminal Type:Application Specific
Voltage:12 v
Wiring Harness Included:No Harness Required

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  • Q:

    How difficult is this to install
    Asked on 12/28/2015 by Cindy from 70433

    1 answer



      Hi Cindy, happy to help you! It depends upon the skill level of the person performing the operation. For help with your project, I recommend purchasing a Haynes or Chilton repair manual specifically for your vehicle. This should be able to assist you further into detail on how to repair or replace specific parts.

      Answered on 12/29/2015 by Steve from AAP
  • Q:

    Do you have installation instructions ?
    Asked on 5/5/2014 by john from west metro mpls

    1 answer



      Hi John, glad to assist you! Instructions to replace the door lock actuator: Grasp the window side edge of the upper inner door trim with your fingertips. Pull it straight back away from the door to release the catches. Gently pry up on the narrow end of the armrest switch panel to remove it from the armrest. Remove the hex head screw located behind the switch panel. Press the connector lock tab in and pull the connectors from the switches. The switch panel is now completely free and can be removed from the door. Remove the door trim panel by sliding it straight up the door. Remove the insulating sheet from the door. This is glued to the door and is removed by pulling gently on the sheet to release the glue. Disconnect the three rods at the door latch. Rod 1 is easily removed by inserting the blade of a screwdriver in the opening between the two lock tabs. This will open the tabs enough to slide the rod out. The clamp on Rod 2 is hinged on one side, simply open the other side to release the rod. The yellow clamp on rod 3 pushes off the rod, but stays in the door latch. Unscrew the three Torx screws and remove the latch from the door. Removal will require turning the latch slightly to clear the window channel. Lift the tab and unplug the electrical connector from the actuator. Hold the latch firmly and pry up on the spring tab, which holds the actuator to the latch. When the tab is sufficiently raised slide the actuator toward you and off the latch. Slide the new actuator into position on the door latch. The spring tab will lower and lock the actuator in position. Plug the connector back onto the actuator. Install the three screws and tighten firmly. Replace the three rods; they will only reach the lock they belong to. Replace the door panel, switch panel and upper trim.

      Answered on 5/5/2014 by Steve from AAP
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