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Old 06-09-2016, 05:20 PM
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My post was moved to another forum as it deals with other issues, but I do have a question which relates directly to the $0.01 fix of the door actuator. I did it and all was fine, then I went back the next day to adjust the window rail,inside the door. After that the truck wont start. It's a 1999 F150, XL, 5.4.

Has anyone experienced electrical issues after performing this fix?
Trying to find out if this fix could cause this issue, or if I can rule it out as a cause for the engine not turning over after the fix.

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Old 06-10-2016, 05:32 PM
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2002 f150 3800# axles I have no door locks. I can hear something behind the fuse panel click when I depress the lock and unlock button and when I hit my remote my horn will even sound to tell me they are locked . but there is no power getting to my door lock actuators?
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Old 06-23-2016, 02:18 AM
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K, I have to say, I am a much happier dude right now. I can't remember where I found the info, been searching on here so I could reply, but gave up.

Long story short, there is a posting in here somewhere stating how one guy fixed his actuators. I didn't want to spend $100 CDN each or buy some cheap crap off Ebay that wasn't specific to my truck, so I went through the steps this guy posted and man, am I impressed!!!!!!

To whom ever that was that posted about how to fix the actuators by getting at the little motors and replacing the thermal resistor, THANK YOU!!!!!! This was the best fix with NO COST I have ever done. Best part is that now the gear box (actuator housing) is now servicable. LOVE IT!!!!!

Cheers man!
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PS - I can post that information on here if anyone else is interested, I just want to make sure no one thinks this was my idea, I most certainly do not want to take credit for this.
Think it will work with my locks? I know your initial response is yes as it has worked for everyone in the forum. My issue is that my passenger side will pop up when I hit the unlock but I have to push it back down. It won't pull it down. Lately I can't say it's even moved up.
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We're talking apples and oranges here. No relevancy to the fix.
Glad to hear you found a good locksmith and want to throw his name out there.

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We're talking apples and oranges here. No relevancy to the fix.
Glad to hear you found a good locksmith and want to throw his name out there.
I think he's a spammer.
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Old 08-10-2016, 05:26 PM
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I think he's a spammer.
Gee, with his post count of ONE, one might think so.

I see that admins have deleted his post, but R2's quote will give the others an idea of what it read.

Good job, admins!

Bye-bye, Dexy Fox....

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