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How To Remove & Install New Edge Mustang Door Lock Actuators (99-04)
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Published on 2020-10-19
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Have the power door locks in your 1999-2004 Mustang stopped working? If so, the usual suspect is the door lock actuator. When the actuator fails or freezes, you can no longer lock/unlock your door with the switch or the key. This actuator includes brand new components and is not remanufactured. Restore the function of your passenger side door lock actuator with this high quality replacement!
-Fits 1999-2004 Mustang
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99-04 Door Lock Actuators
How’s it going everyone, Jay here with LMR.com. Today we will be covering the removal and installation of your door lock actuators covering all 1999-2004 Mustangs.
Having a bad door lock actuator can be a pain. This can cause you not to be able to allow you to secure your vehicle properly. Follow along and we will show you how this one goes into place.
First, start off by removing the inner door panel. Check out the link on the description below to show you how this one is done.
Next you will need to remove the moisture barrier if equipped.
Now you can locate the electrical connections on the latch and the actuator. I chose to disconnect both of these to give me a little more room to work.
These actuators are held in place by a few retention slots on the latch mechanism. Using a flat bladed screwdriver, pry outward to dislodge the actuator.
Be careful here so you do not bend or damage any of the other internal components on the door.
Once you have the old one free you can go back in with the new one.
Align the tabs and the actuator arm in place. You can move this by hand if you need to for alignment.
Press on the actuator until fully seated against the latch.
Reconnect all of your electrical connections.
Check over your work and verify proper operation, then you can reinstall your moisture barrier and door panel and you are all done.
Well everyone, this one is an easy job to do. There is nothing worse than having one of these actuators fail, but as you can see, this one is a simple task to get this job done.
These should take you about an hour per side from start to finish. Some of your tools will include, assorted screwdrivers and a socket set.
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