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Unique Bargains Front Left Door Lock Actuator 51217185689 51217154517 for BMW 740Li 2011-2015

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Unique Bargains Front Left Door Lock Actuator 51217185689 51217154517 for BMW 740Li 2011-2015
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Fitment: for BMW ActiveHybrid 5 2012-2016, for BMW 740Li 2011-2015, for BMW ActiveHybrid 7 2013-2015, for BMW 550i 2011-2016, for BMW 550i xDrive 2011-2016, for BMW 528i 2011, for BMW 528i 2014-2016, for BMW 750i 2009-2015, for BMW M5 2013-2016, for BMW 535i xDrive 2011-2016, for BMW 535i 2011-2016, for BMW 740i 2011-2015, for BMW 750Li xDrive 2010-2015.Part Number: 51217185689, 51217154517.Material: The door lock actuator is made of plastic and metal material, which is durability, stable and updated characteristics, high reliability.Note: Please make sure your original part number matches one of the numbers in this listing and compare with pictures provided here before purchasing.Easy Installation: Easy to install, directly replace and easy to install.

  • Easy installation.
  • It is constructed in good and compact form to reduce the weight and size.
  • It is engineered to provide a direct replacement for the stock actuator on specific vehicle years, makes and models.
  • This is non-OEM product, accessory only!
  • OE Number: 51217185689, 51217154517
  • Placement on Vehicle: Front Left
  • Material: Plastic, Metal
  • Color: Black, Silver Tone
  • Pin Number: 9
  • Thread Size: M5x0.8
  • Installation Hole Diameter: 5mm / 0.20"
  • Wire Length: 8.5cm / 3.35"
  • 2 Pins Part Size: 16.5x10.5x4.4cm / 6.50"x4.13"x1.73"(L*W*H)
  • 7 Pins Part Size: 22x9x12cm / 8.66"x3.54"x4.72"(L*W*H)
  • for BMW ActiveHybrid 5 2012-2016
  • for BMW 740Li 2011-2015
  • for BMW ActiveHybrid 7 2013-2015
  • for BMW 550i 2011-2016
  • for BMW 550i xDrive 2011
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