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Old 06-10-2008
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Door Lock Actuator Replacement

I did a search on this, but need a little more input from you guys.

On a 2000 XLT 4x4, I can't tell how to get the lock actuator out to replace with a new one. I am going to replace the driver and passenger ones at the same time (or same day).

I was told the 2000 model does not have rivets. How are they held in place and how hard is it to get them out? Are there any tips or tricks that would help make this project easier?

I have searched the web for a DIY write up with pictures, but no luck.

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You don't need 2 threads
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My best guess would be get a Haynes manual or something similiar. Might be the best option at this point. Doubt your going to find a write up on the internet for something like that.
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