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Unique Bargains Front Left Driver Side Door Lock Actuator Motor for Cadillac Escalade for GMC

Item# SPM12552405605 | Model# A21031000UX0092 | Added on March 30, 2021 |
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Unique Bargains Front Left Driver Side Door Lock Actuator Motor for Cadillac Escalade for GMC
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$37.79
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【Replaces Part Numbers】931-318, 931318, DLA1362, DLA-639, DLA639, 15053681, 15068499, 15110643, 100912 【Fitment】Door Lock Latch Actuator Motor(Front Left Driver Side)-Fits for Buick Lesabre w/Integrated Latch 2000-2005, for Cadillac Escalade w/Integrated Latch 2003-2006, for Chevrolet Avalanche (Includes 1500 & 2500) w/Integrated Latch 2002-2006, for Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2500 3500 Pickup w/Integrated Latch 2003-2007, for Chevrolet Suburban w/Integrated Latch 2003-2007, for Chevrolet Tahoe w/Integrated Latch 2003-2007, for GMC Sierra 1500 2500 3500 Pickup w/Integrated Latch 2003-2007. 【Features】Pressing the lock or unlock button, the door lock actuator is activated and moves the door lock mechanism. 【Good Quality】Match the quality control standards, engineered with an electro mechanical exterior latch release mechanism to ensure more efficient and sleek operation, direct replacement and compatible with every time.

Feature:
  • This is a Non-OEM product, accessory only!
Specifications:
  • Color: Black
  • Material: PC, Stainless Steel
  • Placement on Vehicle: Front Left Driver Side
  • Replaces Part Numbers:  931-318, 931318, DLA1362, DLA-639, DLA639, 15053681, 15068499, 15110643, 100912
  • Pin Number: 6
  • Dimension: 16x7x6.5cm/6.3"x2.76"x2.56"(L*W*H)
Note:
  • The product is very difficult to install, professional installation is recommended, it is recommended to find the relevant installation video and then perform the installation operation.
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