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Door Lock Actuator for 2000 Chrysler Voyager

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Dorman Door Lock Actuator

Dorman Door Lock Actuator, Rear, Driver Or Passenger Side, New, Direct Fit
Dorman Door Lock Actuator Dorman Door Lock Actuator
$23.46 List Price $27.68 Save $4.22 Availability: In Stock
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  • SKU#: RB746253
  • Quantity Sold: Sold Individually
  • Anticipated Ship Out Time: Same day - 1 business day
  • Warranty: Lifetime Dorman limited warranty
Fits the following 2000 Chrysler Voyager submodels:
  • All Engines | Base, SE
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"My rear hatch locking mechanism was somewhat fouled because I live on a dirt road with lots of dust. The actuator had failed due to friction in the mechanism from the dirty roads. I replaced the actuator with this new one as well as spraying lots of WD-40 on the locking mechanism to loosen it up. I sprayed it in from left to right through the opening where the metal locking hook (to the actuator) extends from the mechanism. I first opened the rear hatch and removed three Phillips screws from the lower drivers side internal plastic trim panel. Then pulled it down slightly to access the actuator. From there I could see the actuator as well as where to spray the WD-40. Everything is working now and the new actuator performs like the original did before the dust problem destroyed it. Installation is easy if you have a minimal amount of patience and can handle a Phillips screwdriver and small socket wrench with a 10mm socket. The new part performs just like the original. I would recommend this part to anyone who has a Grand Caravan with a similar problem. Also dont force the electrical connector pull it out carefully wiggling it sideways using a small screwdriver to release the two teeny plastic retaining hook/springs on the female connector from the itty-bitty retaining post. If you get stuck sit back have a beer and then go at it again. If youre not a mechanic (as I am not) take your time try to do it right and things usually work out. Wheels are good!" posted by: Jamey on January 13, 2014 view all 8 reviews

"When i looked the part up i got happy that the part was so cheapuntil i went to install the part and found that the part i bought was not the part i needed to do the job. I went down to the local part store and found the part was different and a lot more moneyso i did not buy the right part. i can push the button down a lot of times for two hundred dollars. Had your site been up to date with the right part i more than likely would not have bought anything from you. lucky for me the part fit a buddies van and he bought it from me." posted by: on July 20, 2013 view all 8 reviews