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Old 04-25-2005, 21:51   #1 (permalink)
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hi can someone tell me how to get the central locking actulators (not sure of spelling sorry) out of a 92 EB falcon...



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Old 05-14-2005, 06:20   #2 (permalink)
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it should just be bolted in? loosen the bolts, crack a couple of hissy fits in the process... cut your hand a few times, wriggle it around, hit the door with closed fists every now and again... and it should come out. there isnt a 'how-to' on this one... just a lot of agrivation :) good luck!
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Old 05-14-2005, 18:18   #3 (permalink)
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If not bolted then its riveted in , you need to drill out the rivets or use small grinder
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it should just be bolted in? loosen the bolts, crack a couple of hissy fits in the process... cut your hand a few times, wriggle it around, hit the door with closed fists every now and again... and it should come out. there isnt a 'how-to' on this one... just a lot of agrivation :) good luck!

HAHA, I think you just described doing anything within a door.
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HAHA, I think you just described doing anything within a door.
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it should just be bolted in? loosen the bolts, crack a couple of hissy fits in the process... cut your hand a few times, wriggle it around, hit the door with closed fists every now and again... and it should come out. there isnt a 'how-to' on this one... just a lot of agrivation :) good luck!
haha thanks. yer i found 3 bolts(screw type bolts) but they are put in from the inside of the door. i managed to drill out one of them but the other 2 are in where i cant get to :(

ill try your method and see how i go :)
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Old 05-17-2005, 20:23   #7 (permalink)
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drill out the rivets thats the easiest way
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drill out the rivets thats the easiest way

yer i cant get to them they are in behind the door part, could only get to 1 of them, ther is 3

the 2 big rivets holding on the bored thing i tryed a drill ... i had no luck, any idea on getting those 2 off ??? (they arent the 2 i cant get to tho i think i might have to take them out to get to the other 2)
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if you get the grinder onto them just grind the tops off then it be easy to get at the other bolts I,m in the trade thats what we do here
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if you get the grinder onto them just grind the tops off then it be easy to get at the other bolts I,m in the trade thats what we do here

ok thanks, we will give that a go
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