I have a 96 Jeep Cherokee XJ, plain jane. I put remote start on it several years ago and the remote had keyless entry. I got tired of using key unlock the doors. I bought 4 of these actuators and to my surprise these bolted directly into existing holes in the doors. I bought some linkage retaining clips at the auto parts store and cut and bent the supplied link rods to size and slipped them into the factory holes for electric locks and a couple of 12vdc-SPDT relays later I have perfect working keyless entry. Install time was 15 minutes per door and another 30 minutes to run wires and hook up relay to remote starter.
Gun Type 2 Wire Door Lock Actuator
Gun-style actuator converts manual doorlocks into power doorlocks for vehicles that have limited installation space or require shorter actuating distance
- Gun Type 2 Wire Door Lock Actuator
- For use with vehicle keyless entry security systems
- 2-wire operation
- Universal mounting hardware included
- Authorized Internet Dealer
- 1-year Manufacturer's warranty
Door Actuator and Lock Specifications
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March 26, 2014
28 of 33 found this helpful
May 30, 2012
I was sceptical of buying a part that cost so much less than the factory original part, but don't be. These actuators installed smoothly and work perfecto!
28 of 34 found this helpful
March 6, 2013
Holds up quite fine,it's still working after months passed since I installed it
25 of 30 found this helpful
October 10, 2012
Installed this in place of the normal actuator that Dodge puts in some of there trucks. Was easy to install and works just as good as the original equipment.
22 of 27 found this helpful
January 20, 2014
I use this parts to replace the passenger side sliding door original factory actuators of my 1989 Toyota Sienna. I recommend it because the DIY fix is quite simple and straight forward. So far the repair has hold up. I got this part through EBay after reviewing other buyers comments on the seller. This part is reasonably prized that I figure that there is very little down side. If one of the factory actuator fails, chances are the other one will fail soon; that's what mean-time-between-failure is for. So might as well get two, IMO.
20 of 25 found this helpful
June 12, 2017
recommend for hot rodders with early model parts and need replacement parts
0 of 0 found this helpful
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