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Unique Bargains Front Left Driver Side Door Lock Actuator Motor for Honda Accord Civic CR-V

Item# SPM12552405405 | Model# A21031000UX0093 | Added on March 30, 2021 |
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Unique Bargains Front Left Driver Side Door Lock Actuator Motor for Honda Accord Civic CR-V
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【Replaces Part Numbers】72155-S5P-A11, 72155S5PA11, 8D1195, DLA87, 746302, 746-302;【Fitment】Door Lock Latch Actuator Motor(Front Left Driver Side)-Fits for Acura RSX 2-Door (Includes Type S) 2002-2006, for Honda Accord 2-Door (Includes Hybrid) 2003-2007, for Honda Civic 2-Door 2001-2005, for Honda CR-V 4-Door(Front Left or Rear Left ) Japan Built Models Only (1st VIN Digit J) 2002-2006, for Honda Element 4-Door 2003-2011, for Honda Odyssey 4-Door 2005-2010, for Honda Pilot 4-Door (Front Left or Rear Left on EX or EXL Models) 2003-2008 ;【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. ;【Package Included】1 x Car Door Lock Actuator Motor. Note: Please use the make,model ,year drop down bar confirm the compatibility before.

  • Color: Black
  • Material: PC, Stainless Steel
  • Placement on Vehicle: Front Left Driver Side
  • Replaces Part Numbers: 72155-S5P-A11, 72155S5PA11, 8D1195, DLA87, 746302, 746-302
  • Pin Number: 5
  • Dimension: 10.3x7.7x2cm/3.94"x3.03"x0.79"(L*W*H)
Why we need to replace our Door Lock Actuator?
  • 1. The door can't lock or unlock.
  • 2. Doors only can lock or unlock sporadically.
  • 3. If the doors make an unusual noise while locking or unlocking.
  • 4. Or the Car alarm goes off randomly.
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