Installed Power Door Locks to my JL Sport

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Great thread everyone. Ordering the OEM parts now to get this done. Why does the recommended front left door actuator (68250661AC) cost over 3X the price of the other 3 doors? Can I go with this 68456863AA model instead which is 1/3 the price?
 

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Great thread everyone. Ordering the OEM parts now to get this done. Why does the recommended front left door actuator (68250661AC) cost over 3X the price of the other 3 doors? Can I go with this 68456863AA model instead which is 1/3 the price?
Wondering that too, or part number
68456863AA
 
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Wondering that too, or part number
68456863AA
I think as years go by part numbers change when revisions are made. I’m sure not much could have changed with door lock actuators. AA are usually the first run parts, then AB, AC etc at least for most of them. I’m pretty sure you can use the originals.
 

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Hi,

It's a double edge sword, I didn't wanted to just post and give away the item and lose the opportunity to buy it.
I just got these on eBay I saw the vehicle it came from was totaled in the front.

68250661AC
and 68282954AA

The vendor was selling the whole assembly so I hope these will work, if not then I just wasted some time and cash!

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So I am planning to install it on a 2019 2 doors. I am presuming that these have all I need (even more than I need to complete the job) I opted for used part to lower the overall cost since the driver's door actuator is the most expensive part.


After reading the entire thread I am still unsure if the OEM method @RubenZ used needs some extra holes and plastic cuts like we see in @AgentRice video (based out of the A1electric kit it appears that kit comes with a template requiring some drilling and install the actuator on the structure of the door. At 5:00minutes in the video )

So is the actuator motor of the A1 electric a part that is actually integrated in the OEM which is why RubenZ did not have to drill the holes and all?
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This two pictures above are only for the A1Electric kit right?

Thanks!

Ben
 

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