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Old 07-15-2013, 12:09 AM   #1
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Key fab problem

Seeing if you guys can help me, my 99 gt only the driver side lock and unlocks ?
Now the passenger side door you lock it or unlock it several times u see it wants to move, but struggles inch by inch. And will not do its job

Have any of you guys experienced this, or maybe know what to do? Thanks !
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WD 40? Lol
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Old 07-15-2013, 04:49 PM   #3
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my drivers side does this... I think it might be the motor going for the locks... I'm not sure
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my drivers side does this... I think it might be the motor going for the locks... I'm not sure
You are correct.
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Pull the door panel off and see if it works without that possibly binding it up. Then go from there.
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Pull the door panel off and see if it works without that possibly binding it up. Then go from there.
mine does it when the door is off.. it works like 3 times in a row but then doesn't work for like 5 min then it works a couple times
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Does the same thing using the actual door switch too? Might be a flaky wire, might be the actuator going out. You could always swap the driver's side actuator to the passenger's side and see if it still does it. If it does its a wire, if not just get a new actuator, replace and dunzo.
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Does the same thing using the actual door switch too? Might be a flaky wire, might be the actuator going out. You could always swap the driver's side actuator to the passenger's side and see if it still does it. If it does its a wire, if not just get a new actuator, replace and dunzo.
yea with the fab or with the switch and how much are accuators?
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When I re order a new one is there a right or left actuator ?
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