i had to climb in the back screw the handle pop the lower slide panel push the black arm to the actuator to unlock the door and open. This step is important because it moves the internal mechanism out of the way and allows for easier removal and installation of the case halves. I got back there the other day. Now the two of them are taking 6 year old and newborn to hockey game in the am and have to load everything through the side door. (I have an early this contact form
Comment by Marty Lopez -- May 18, 2009 @ 6:04 pm Thank you for sharing this. Relatively easy repair for bad GM DC motors Posted by Don on 21st Oct 2016 Have replaced 2 of planned 3 motors and both rear doors are working better then new. I had the problem resolved in 20 minutes or less. My two-cent opinion - back to fixing cars. find this
I paid about $100 for each actuator, and the dealer quoted near to $200. I then removed the spring which is part of the arm assembly.(It provides resistance and is green/black).I put everything back together and it works, though sometimes I have to push the Seems excessive at first….but once you get them started…they come off easily. Please read the repair options listed below before ordering.
Gear heads will realize this is a major problem for all sorts of reasons. What a concept. Then I found your blog. 1999 Suburban Door Lock Problems The dealership knew almost immediately what the issue was before I finished explaining and(what the fix was!!!!!
The website had very clear instructions along with the video; read and view it all so you may make the best choice for yourself. 2008 Chevy Suburban Rear Door Lock Actuator Thanks Comment by David S -- July 8, 2010 @ 6:06 pm ok. And now I owe the dealer $100 dollars to tell me the issue is my door actuators!!!!
Comment by Lisa -- May 23, 2010 @ 11:20 pm Hi, You are a great man , In the end I now found a solution to the complex puzzle.
They Thought It Was Aftermarket Remote Start. 2008 Gmc Sierra Door Lock Actuator Recall REPAIR GUIDES BECOME A MEMBER Sign up with Facebook OR I AGREE TO THE USER AGREEMENT LOG IN Login with Facebook OR REMEMBER ME BECOME A MEMBERFORGOT PASSWORD? I was checking for recalls and nothing. It looks like my issue is the actuator.
Comment by Dave -- August 19, 2009 @ 2:54 am Fantastic post and responses. http://chevroletforum.com/forum/tahoe-suburban-25/help-door-lock-problem-25120/page2/ Everything else seems to be in good working order and never having a problem with the rear door before I suspect the actuator was just tired and worned out. 2008 Chevy Suburban Door Lock Actuator I am doing some research and that is how I came upon this site. 2008 Tahoe Door Lock Actuator Replacement Thanks.
Sign in to add this video to a playlist. http://camtronics.net/door-lock/1999-chevy-suburban-door-locks-not-working.html Cannot open the back! Replaced lift gate handle the culprit? Should you accept this challenge…go to Step 7. 7) There are 3 Torx screws that need to be removed to open the black box. 2007 Suburban Rear Hatch Problem
Problem DataRepairPal VerifiedAverage mileage: 116,672 (18,900–285,874)23 model years affected: 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, more1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, He asked me to bring it back in tomorrow. After a couple calls I found auto parts stores dont have em yet, dealer part only. http://camtronics.net/door-lock/2008-silverado-rear-door-locks-not-working.html Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded.
This is a disclaimer. 2008 Chevy Silverado Door Lock Actuator Replacement All Tahoe owners will face this problem sooner or later. Didit CAFCNA Cruise Coordinator Full Member Online Posts: 4,629 I love the Chevy Avalanche Re: 2008 Avy Ltz rear door lock now not working!!
One trick parts was getting the push button off the old assembly. Luckily it is under warranty. Drill on a drill press if you can at about 600rpm and use a drop if oil. his comment is here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgf0S6x0-lMhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCbufraxXtoIt's not too hard of a procedure, took me about 1 hr for the first door and about 45 minutes for the second door.
The old GM, in this situation, would have at the very least made this ‘lift-gate' problem a recall to help their customers. I don't know where it is located on your car. smoothe Arlington, VA #82 Oct 15, 2014 Yankee Fan wrote:
GET IT FIXED BEFORE 36,000 miles!!! Joe Reply View Public Profile Send a private message to Pyro Joe Find all posts by Pyro Joe CF Addict Join Date: Jul 2011 Posts: 2,844 August 20th, 2011, 3:15 We're stuck….but fortunately…we all have each other. :) So….I have an '06 Tahoe and the rear locking mechanism stopped working "overnight" about 4 months ago. Note of caution… I tried taping and drilling the holes for screws, but found that the self-taping screws were the only way to go!
Anyway, my husband found your comments and after some wiggling and finesse we finally got it open and PRESTO bending that little thingie back did the trick. Disclaimer: This path is an arduous one…and isn't for the faint of heart. I'd love to have vehicles that never had parts break and ran forever, but if any manufacturer ever built a vehicle like that, I'd never be able to afford it in While millimeters might not mean anything to GM, it means a whole lot of difference to the Joe Schmoe who wants to have a car that works.
Was this answer helpful?YesNo Thursday, January 13th, 2011 AT 5:59 PM avigland Member I am having exactly the same issue with my 2008 V4 4WD Suburban. Year Oops! tried and after market replacement which worked for approx. 2 weeks. I have 55k miles. 0 · Share on Facebook carolinapt Posts: 12 June 2010 The quote I received from the dealership was $250/door plus tax.
Mine did NOT have the tension issue, just a weak motor I guess, I too was able to remove just the round spring under the gear and everything works smoothly now. The rear doors periodically will not open. I sure as hell hope this is not a $1200 problem as someone else suggested. so that if it ‘jams up' again, I can manual unlock it.
and if so, who installed it, and who is the manufacturer of the system, what is the model type and number of the alarm? 0 · Share on Facebook carolinapt Posts: GM riding high with big SUVs General Motors Manages a Retail Sales Gain as t...