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Standard Motor Products DLA-729 Houston Special Campaign Mall Lock Actuator Door

Standard Motor Products DLA-729 Door Lock Actuator

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Standard Motor Products DLA-729 Door Lock Actuator

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Product description

Our door lock actuator is designed and tested to OE specifications for a direct-fit replacement restoring proper door locking function with just one push of a button. Plug and play design to ease installation. Meet accident's ejection safety requirement to reduce possibility of passenger entrapment. High impact sealed case ensures durability, and electro-mechanical exterior latch release mechanism ensures more efficient and sleek operation. Engineered with an electro-mechanical exterior latch release mechanism to improve actuator operation and performance. It is constructed in light and compact form to reduce the weight and size and chance for failure due to external factors.

Standard Motor Products DLA-729 Door Lock Actuator

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