|Parcel Dimensions||18.6 x 9.9 x 8.4 cm; 521 Grams|
|Manufacturer part number||10036076|
|OEM part number||15785123, 15857628, 15880052, 15889954, 15896623, 20783846, 20783849, 20783850, 25789211, 25789213, 25811735, 25811736, 25811737, 25848880, 25863021, 25866299, 25876382, 25876385, 25876386, 25879295, 25879296, 25879297, 25945748, 25945751, 25945752, 931-303|
|Special Features||Resolve remote open problem and help to restore the vehicle's door lock to proper operation. If the driver side door on your vehicle will not lock or unlock a bad actuator is likely the problem. This actuator fits the front left driver side on your 2007 2008 2009 Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC Vehicles. The robust plastic housing is designed to make the door latch assembly more durable and protect it from damage.|
|Item Weight||521 g|
Door Lock Latch Actuator Motor Front Left Driver Side for 2007 2008 2009 GMC Sierra Yukon Chevy Silverado Tahoe Suburban Avalanche Cadillac Escalade - Replaces 931-303, 15880052, 207838846, 25789211
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- REPLACEMENT FRONT LEFT DOOR LOCK ACTUATOR - Resolve remote open problem and help to restore the vehicle's door lock to proper operation. If the driver side door on your vehicle will not lock or unlock a bad actuator is likely the problem. This actuator fits the front left driver side on your 2007 2008 2009 Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC Vehicles. The robust plastic housing is designed to make the door latch assembly more durable and protect it from damage.
- FITS THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES - For 2007 2008 2009 Chevy Tahoe Silverado 1500 2500 HD 3500 HD Suburban 1500 2500 Avalanche front left driver side door lock actuator; For 2007 2008 2009 Cadillac Escalade/ Escalade ESV/ Escalade EXT front left driver side door lock actuator; For 2007 2008 2009 GMC Sierra 1500, Sierra 2500 HD, Sierra 3500 HD; Yukon/ Yukon XL 1500/ Yukon XL 2500 front left driver side door lock actuator. Please Check the Application and Part Number before ordering, Thanks!
- REPLACE PART # - Replaces Dorman 931-303, 931303; Replaces GM 15785123, 15857628, 15889954, 15896623, 20783846, 20783849, 20783850, 25789211, 25789213, 25811735, 25811736, 25811737, 25848880, 25863021, 25866299, 25876382, 25876385, 25876386, 25879295, 25879296, 25879297, 25945748, 25945751, 25945752 | Great replacement for a proper fit and easy installation, quality materials used, meets or exceeds OEM standards, 100% rigorously tested before shipping.
- OEM DESIGN, DIRECT FIT - Located inside the door, the power door lock actuator controls the locks on your vehicle. Each door contains it's own actuator. This latch is easy to install and help you fix problems with door lock. Even though this is not a genuine Chevy, GMC or Dorman or Cadillac original equipment power door lock actuator, but it works even better and lasts longer at a much lower price. Save time and hundreds of dollars by replace front left door latch lock assembly parts yourself.
- WHAT YOU'LL GET - 1 x Door Lock Actuator ( Front Left ), 12-Month Warranty and LIFETIME Technical Support. If the rear door lock ever fails on your 2007-2009 Chevy Avalanche | 2007 - 2009 Chevy Silverado 1500 | 2007 - 2009 Chevy Silverado 2500HD | 2007 - 2009 - Chevy Suburban | 2007-2009 Cadillac Escalade, ESV, EXT | GMC Yukon, XL 1500, XL 2500. Please don’t hesitate to contact us for a replacement. True hassle-free shopping experience :)
Frequently bought together
● Resolve remote open problem and help to restore the vehicle's door lock to proper operation.
● Works as good as the original, less hassle when fixing the integrated latch actuator motor yourself.
● The robust plastic housing is designed to make the actuator more durable and protect it from damage.
● Easy to install and it is an ideal replacement for the broken or old rear door latch assembly for your Cadillac 2009-07, Chevrolet 2009-07, GMC 2009-07.
● Position: Front Left
● Package Includes: 1 x Door Lock Actuator
OEM Replace Part For Reference:
931-303, 931303; Replaces GM 15785123, 15857628, 15889954, 15896623, 20783846, 20783849, 20783850, 25789211, 25789213, 25811735, 25811736, 25811737, 25848880, 25863021, 25866299, 25876382, 25876385, 25876386, 25879295, 25879296, 25879297, 25945748, 25945751, 25945752
Fits the Following Vehicles:
( For 07 08 09 Cadillac Chevrolet GMC Vehicles )
- FOR GMC MODELS
2007-2009 GMC Sierra 1500
2007-2009 GMC Sierra 2500 HD
2007-2009 GMC Sierra 3500 HD
2007-2009 GMC Yukon
2007-2009 GMC Yukon XL 1500
2007-2009 GMC Yukon XL 2500
- FOR CHEVY MODELS
2007-2009 Chevy Avalanche
2007-2009 Chevy Silverado 1500
2007-2009 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD
2007-2009 Chevy Silverado 3500 HD
2007-2009 Chevy Suburban 1500
2007-2009 Chevy Suburban 2500
2007-2009 Chevy Tahoe
- FOR CADILLAC MODELS
2007-2009 Cadillac Escalade
2007-2009 Cadillac Escalade ESV
2007-2009 Cadillac Escalade EXT
( Tips: Please Check the Part Number and Fitment before placing order. Thank You :)
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I did it in about 30 minutes including having to remove the door panel twice because the first time I forgot to reconnect one of the harnesses and it fell behind the door.
10mm socket with long extender
Torx bit (I think its a T25, fairly big)
small flat screwdriver
plastic pry-bar (I used a bicycle tire remover).
flashlight (yes, even during the day)
Door panel comes off with 3 10mm bolts hidden behind plastic covers, several plastic pop clips around the sides and bottom, and then lift it up off the door to remove. Pop out the switch panel and remove connectors, disconnect wire pull attached to door handle.
The actuator is attached at 6 points: Torx bolts to door, 3 metal rods, the pull cable and the wiring harness.
-Drop a flashlight into the bottom of the door so you can see better.
-Take a picture of the actuator in the door so if you get lost, you can remember how everything is attached.
-My suggestion after doing this is to first disconnect the rod attached to the yellow clip (hint, the clip opens by pushing the tab towards the OUTSIDE of the car).
-Then unclip the rod attached to the key. Don't try to unhook it from the actuator. It is connected to a red plastic clip up at the top and can be removed by pushing the rod towards the BACK of the car.
-Remove the torx bits.
-Now you can move the actuator around within the door to unclip the pull cable and the wiring harness. The wiring harness is released by sliding the red plastic tab up. 2 rods will still be attached to the actuator, the key lock rod and the one going up to the lock indicator. Remove all from the door.
-Attach the key lock rod and lock indicator rod to the new actuator
-Slip the lock indicator rod up into its position in the door and attach the key lock rod back to the red clip.
-Attach the wiring harness and cable pull
-Bolt the actuator to the door with the torx bolts
-Attach the door handle rod to the yellow clip
-Reattach door panel with all wiring harnesses and the cable pull
The latch is made quite well, very close to the original OEM latch. Metal thickness looks the same to the naked eye. You will need to reuse the plastic retainer that connects the latch to the rod, other than that the latch is complete. I opened the plastic cover to compare the internals and they look identical. This latch contains white gears and the original OEM latch has black gears. Also the amount of grease in this latch is a bit low compared to the original. I added some white lithium grease to the few strategic places. The plastic case has a bit different shape than the original, it has more sharp corners. This does not affect the functionality or the looks as the latch is under the trunk liner.
Other than that the latch fits and works just as well as the OEM. Initially the trunk would not close but after slight adjustment it closes just as easy as before.
I would buy this again if need arises.
I bought this because I had wanted to put a security system in my Toyota that didn't come with one. I had my viper kit installed and after the fact installed this myself as it would've cost way too much for the amount of work it took. However it took me a lot of thinking so I'm going to try to save you the extra heart ache and tell you how to wire this up.
It fits right in like it should but when you wire it up it's not going to work right. Aftermarket security systems for accessories like lock, unlock, trunk, etc functions send out or recieve a ground signal. The trunk actuator is going to want to be switched by a +12v signal. I went through all the testing phases to try and figure out why and all I could figure out is that you're going to need a relay to give each component the signal that it needs.
I know this sounds complicated but it's actually easier than it sounds. The relay you'll need will have four pins, two to engage the coil and two to create a path to the actuator. I recomend you get the same wire terminal pieces that work with the relay you get from your local autozone.
For starters you need to send a CONSTANT +12v DC signal to the coil of the relay. You'll probably have to send one back there, which kinda sucks, but that's not terribly hard either. Go from your fuse box or just patch into you 12v outlet near the center console. Don't worry about your fuses because this actuator doesn't need much power to work anyway. Route the wire along the driverside doorpanel amd through a small whole in the corner of the rear bench seat. Go up through the roof of your trunk and stick the wire inbeetween all the other wires going to the trunk lid.
Once you've done that, you'll route the ground from your security system trunk signal to the GROUND of the coil. This will create a path when you engage the trunk button on your remote. Once you've done all this, the rest is easy. You'll short the terminal that you just created with the +12v DC to the contactor. Should take no more than 6 inches of wire. Once this is done, send the remaining contactor to the +12v wire from the wiring harness on your car.
NOTE: I never like cutting factory wires as this is permanent so I went to my local Pull-A-Part and got a wiring harness for cheap.
I know you wished this would be easier but since I'm assuming you're a lower trim Camry you didn't come with the trunk function from the factory. Once this is done, make sure your connections are tight and you're all set.
This is just going to pop the trunk open so if you want it to open most of the way you can YouTube bungie cord trunk opener or something like that. This is a mod that will open your trunk nearly all the way. I've had mine for years and it's worked for me as long as you don't get super cheap bungie cords.
If we were to buy the oem Toyota part it would have costed $79+ and to have it installed at the dealer probably $100-$150.
Comparing side by side with oem original Toyota part it was identical. Installation was a quick and easy.
1. Open trunk with key
2. Remove x2 plastic retainer pins
3. pull back liner
4. unplugged original latch
5. Remove trunk latch rod from key mechanism
6. Used 10mm to remove 2 bolts holding in latch
7. Remove original latch w/ rod attached
8. Removed rod from broken latch lock and moved it to new latch
9. Reinstalled latch, screw in bolts and connect rod to key mechanism
- perfect fit oem fit, plug and play
- easy to install, took about 15 minutes to install
- worked immediately
- great price for the money