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Old 06-14-2005, 01:10   #1 (permalink)
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Re: 2000 F150 power door locks not working

I found out that it is the door actuators after all and if one goes the
other one is soon to go out also. Ford has replacements at $54.95 each.
They are the same part number whether it is the right or left door, but
you still have to specify which door and then look on the actuator itself
to determine which door it goes to. It will be marked RHD or LHD. Ford
will try to sell you new window guides at $89./door, you don't need them.
Don't let them talk you into it. The actuators have a different design so
they will look different but they do fit and work as they should.

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Old 06-14-2005, 01:11   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Re: 2000 F150 power door locks not working

"gcoriellmsed" wrote:
> I found out that it is the door actuators after all and if one
> goes the
> other one is soon to go out also. Ford has replacements at
> $54.95 each.
> They are the same part number whether it is the right or left
> door, but
> you still have to specify which door and then look on the
> actuator itself
> to determine which door it goes to. It will be marked RHD or
> LHD. Ford
> will try to sell you new window guides at $89./door, you don't
> need them.
> Don't let them talk you into it. The actuators have a
> different design so
> they will look different but they do fit and work as they
> should.


I have the same problem w/ my 99 SuperCab. Can someone please post
instructions on how to change out actuators?

Thanks!

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