Re: Electric Locks Problem
Don't worry about changing your battery, I've had the actuators go out in my Bronco as well and they did the same thing. The actuators are held in place by a metal clip that is riveted to the door frame. If it sounds like the actuator is rattling around in the door, it may have come out of the bracket that holds it in place. If it just doesn't seem to have enough juice to get the door locked and unlocked, they need to be changed. They're pretty easy to change yourself and the last time I checked, they were about $40 each.
Your application will most likely be a bit different than mine was but to change the actuators, you need to pull the door panel off. Then drill out the rivet that holds the actuator bracket in place and remove the actuator and bracket. The new actuator comes with the rivet and a new bracket so all you need to do is install the new actuator with a rivet gun, reconnect the electrical connector, and put the door panel back on.
1992 Ford Bronco
E4OD- B&M Stage 2 shift kit
Full 3" stainless Bassani Exhaust
32" BFG's/stock suspension
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