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Old 10-20-2008, 06:21 PM
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I think that was one of my last post before I started to work here at Parr.

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At my car audio store we put aftermarket actuators in these trucks all the time. One can by aftermarket actuators for less than $10. More time consuming to install but 1/3 the cost and last forever if installed correctly.
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I did my front passenger and rear passenger doors, thanks Cuinak
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Parts Ordered
Door Lock Actuator Replacement Door Lock Actuator Excursion|XLT Replacement Price: $26.52 Qty: 1.00 Part #: REPF315301

Door Lock Actuator Replacement Door Lock Actuator Excursion|XLT Replacement Price: $26.52 Qty: 3.00 Part #: REPF315302

Had to buy 4 of them and got a quantity discounty -

Sub Total: $106.08
Discount: $21.15
Shipping: $0.00
Handling: $0.00
Tax: $0.00
Core: $0.00
Total: $84.93


Four for $84.93 - shipped too!!
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Performed the repair of 3 doors and the rear hatch in about 2 hours. Started with the rear hatch which was the easiest. Gave me the familiarity to handle the others. I could now do a door in about 20 minutes or less. Awesome write up, couldn't have done it without you CUNIAC!!
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Performed the repair of 3 doors and the rear hatch in about 2 hours. Started with the rear hatch which was the easiest. Gave me the familiarity to handle the others. I could now do a door in about 20 minutes or less. Awesome write up, couldn't have done it without you CUNIAC!!

And all those who came before to include the $.01 repair
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Thanks for the AWESOME write up and pictures. This easily cut my installation time in half having this on my laptop at the truck. Thanks for taking the time to write this up!
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Parts Ordered
Door Lock Actuator Replacement Door Lock Actuator Excursion|XLT Replacement Price: $26.52 Qty: 1.00 Part #: REPF315301

Door Lock Actuator Replacement Door Lock Actuator Excursion|XLT Replacement Price: $26.52 Qty: 3.00 Part #: REPF315302

Had to buy 4 of them and got a quantity discounty -

Sub Total: $106.08
Discount: $21.15
Shipping: $0.00
Handling: $0.00
Tax: $0.00
Core: $0.00
Total: $84.93


Four for $84.93 - shipped too!!

believe it or not but Ford lowered the price on these. they are about $10 more each then the cheepie aftermarket.

so when these aftermarket ones fail let me know and I'll hook you up with some updated O.E.M Ford ones.
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Ed, for future reference, if I decide not to do the fix and instead want to replace all the actuators, can you please post up the part numbers for all the doors, including the rear cargo hatch?

All of mine are bad and I dunno if I wanna fix 'em or replace 'em.

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Ed, for future reference, if I decide not to do the fix and instead want to replace all the actuators, can you please post up the part numbers for all the doors, including the rear cargo hatch?

All of mine are bad and I dunno if I wanna fix 'em or replace 'em.

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6L3Z25218A42AA right front and rear doors (so qty 2)


6L3Z25218A43AA left front and rear doors and lift gate. (so qty 3)
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Thanks Ed.

Just not sure if I wanna crack open 5 actuators and fix them, or just make it easy and replace them.

The passenger side door on my F250 needs to be fixed too. I know I won't mind doing one....but all 5 on the Ex? Just not sure....

Plus I'll be installing the Jimmi' Jammers I bought from Clay when I fix/replace the locks.

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Perhaps there are so many folks repairing actuators Ford is stuck with them, lowered the price to unload. Great site.
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Will fixing the Actuator fix the problem with the back door on the Ex not locking (rest of doors lock)

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If the actuator is the problem, then yes, fixing the actuator will fix the problem.

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I used this write up a few years back to replace all five of the actuators...definitely helped.
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