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'96 Power lock actuators

Trying to see if there are any aftermarket available. All the threads I found say use the universal model type or switch up to a diffrent year. Just want to see if I'm stuck junkyard diving or switching to the ones from a '97 before I start anything. These are for the rear doors on my crewcab.

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Napa had them for around $49. If you don't have little hands, your gonna bleed a bit.

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http://www.napaonline.com/Search/Res...mber&Nty=1&N=0

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Yeah those are front door I'm needing rear doors - forgot to put that in the first post.

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Try rockauto, ebay....

My guess is that the rod is a different shape, you may be able to modify a front one.

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Ebay was a no go but RockAuto has them but for $225 each I'm going to try to "rebuild" mine then move to the '97/universal style.

According to the pic from the dealer its a whole diffrent mount but I'll see this weekend weather permiting.

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Yes a lot of bucks. Makes no sense.
FYI, Mine is a late '97 and I went to Napa. The part I got had a different rod, however the body was the same. Got a '96 part and it matched.
So, I think you may be able to swap or mod the rod.

Also, mine had an alum. rivet that I had to drill out. Replaced with a 1/4-20 fender nut.

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I just had to replace one of my rear one in my 96. I have a buddy that runs a stereo shop he got me a universal for 5 bucks. Took me about a hour to do the install
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Yeah ended up all mine needed was a very liberal soaking in PB Blaster and some working around to free them up. They both work slick now but I did cut an access hole in the bottom of the drivers rear to get to the dang thing but hey I saved alot of $$$ - damn lying dealers saying they were toast cause they were to lazy to check correctly.

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look at rockauto.com
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See post #8 but thanks

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