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Old 02-28-2010, 08:24 PM
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Default 1999 camry power lock actuator replacement

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I am trying to replace the power door lock actuator on a 1999 camry but I got stuck. There is a rod that is attached to the door on one side with a yellow clip and on the other side is attached to the door lock mechanism. I have tried pulling the rod and twisting the door lock in an effort to pry the door lock mechanism out so that I fix the power lock actuator but have been unsuccessful. Here is a picture of the rod with the yellow plastic clip. I am not sure which side of the rod is easier to remove, the yellow clip side or the one that attaches to the door lock. Thanks for your help

Aaron
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Old 02-28-2010, 10:58 PM
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If the yellow clip have been moved to disengage it (as shown the photo), the rod end should be free to be pushed or pulled. The section of yellow clip that is inside the hole of the black part may stay in place, only the rod may pull out.

The yellow part my first go inside the hole in black part, then the rod installed into the hole in the yellow part.
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