HOW TO: Replacing door lock actuator using existing brackets

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Re: HOW TO: Replacing door lock actuator using existing brac

Postby Brad4d » Wed Nov 29, 2017 8:08 pm

I agree with saharacourt1 completely!! Nice to know what is in front of you, before you start to tear into things. Doing both sides in the spring!! To anyone who takes the time to add info like this, a big thank you!! Helping keep these awesome cars on the road. My hero's have wrenches, not a cape... :D
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Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, Canada (No, I don't fish, or play hockey :lol: )
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