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Old 08-24-2005, 07:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Boydz
so is it very tough to replace the acuators for the locks ?
I have 3 out of 4 that dont seem to work right on a 2000 Dually.

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The actuators are a PITA on the Super Duty trucks.....

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Originally Posted by Boydz
so is it very tough to replace the acuators for the locks ?
I have 3 out of 4 that dont seem to work right on a 2000 Dually.

Thanx
Ryan
Takes about 45 minutes per actuator. Here are some step by step photos that someone had sent me.

https://www.ford-trucks.com/user_gal...?userid=190355
 
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Thanks for the tip. I tried it on my '01 F-150 and it worked like a charm.....thanks again.
 
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Thanks for the tip. I tried it on my '01 F-150 and it worked like a charm.....thanks again.
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Originally Posted by rmilchman
Takes about 45 minutes per actuator. Here are some step by step photos that someone had sent me.

https://www.ford-trucks.com/user_gal...?userid=190355
wow thats a great link!

old post but great link!
 
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just throwing it out there, if you dont want to buy a new actuator do a search on here for the tin foil mod inside the actuator. First thing i did on my truck, was a pain in the *** for the first one, then easier on the second one...basically removes a resistor. they work great now
 
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A 2005 thread in 2010. Wow.
 
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A 2005 thread in 2010. Wow.
Wow is right Dan! I was trying to remember when I posted in this thread after reading the email.
 
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Still a good thread to bump.. I have it bookmarked as a reminder to do mine.. Both of mine have became sluggish..
 
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I need to re-lube mine. Coming up on three years since I did it. While I'm in there, I need to fix my rear-passenger door lock actuator.
 
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instead of pulling door panels--(hate to pull on trim panels and loosen the push pins etc unless i have to)--i use "Aqua-Lube"--from kent automotive--i put dat shizz on everything!!!
 
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A 2005 thread in 2010. Wow.
Old, yes, but by no means a record.

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instead of pulling door panels--(hate to pull on trim panels and loosen the push pins etc unless i have to)--i use "Aqua-Lube"--from kent automotive--i put dat shizz on everything!!!
Door panels are attached by screws...
 
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Bumpin this thread for two reasons.

1. I just lubbed mine and the only thing that makes me angry about it is the fact that it took all of 30min. to do and i have procrastinated on it for about 3 months now.

2. If you need extra help removing the door panel or if you need to actually replace the motor check out my thread.

https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/9...or-w-pics.html
 
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And I am replying, Nolan, that since I did that job way back when, I have not had to repeat the procedure once.
All four windows are still operating perfectly.
 

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