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Replacement REPF465301 Door Lock - Direct Fit, Sold individually
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$17.19
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Location : Front, Driver Or Passenger Side, InteriorWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warrantyQuantity Sold : Sold individually
Replacement SET-REPF465301-2 Door Lock - Direct Fit, Set of 2
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$32.66
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Location : Front, Driver And Passenger Side, InnerComponents : (2) Door LocksWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warrantyQuantity Sold : Set of 2
Replacement REP465301 Door Lock - Direct Fit, Sold individually
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$6.41
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Location : Front, Driver Or Passenger SideWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warrantyQuantity Sold : Sold individually
Replacement SET-REP465301-2 Door Lock - Direct Fit, Set of 2
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$12.18
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Location : Front, Driver And Passenger SideComponents : (2) Door LocksWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warrantyQuantity Sold : Set of 2
Replacement RC46490004 Door Lock - Direct Fit, Sold individually
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$38.89
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Location : Front, Driver SideNotes : With plastic rod retainerWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warrantyQuantity Sold : Sold individually
Standard DL-224 Door Lock - Chrome, Direct Fit, Set of 2
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$103.63
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Notes : Lock Cylinder with 2 KeysWarranty : 3-year or 36,000-mile Standard limited warrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayQuantity Sold : Set of 2
Standard DL-127 Door Lock - Chrome, Direct Fit, Sold individually
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$41.52
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Warranty : 3-year or 36,000-mile Standard limited warrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayQuantity Sold : Sold individually
Standard DL-41 Door Lock - Chrome, Direct Fit, Sold individually
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$34.28
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Warranty : 3-year or 36,000-mile Standard limited warrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayQuantity Sold : Sold individually
Standard DL-41B Door Lock - Direct Fit, Sold individually
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$25.93
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Warranty : 3-year or 36,000-mile Standard limited warrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayQuantity Sold : Sold individually
Standard DL-140 Door Lock - Chrome, Direct Fit, Set of 2
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$61.11
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Warranty : 3-year or 36,000-mile Standard limited warrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayQuantity Sold : Set of 2
Standard DL-57B Door Lock - Black, Direct Fit, Set of 2
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$44.54
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Warranty : 3-year or 36,000-mile Standard limited warrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayQuantity Sold : Set of 2
Standard DL-6B Door Lock - Chrome, Direct Fit, Set of 2
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$25.79
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Warranty : 3-year or 36,000-mile Standard limited warrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayQuantity Sold : Set of 2
Standard DL-8 Door Lock - Chrome, Direct Fit, Sold individually
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$34.47
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Warranty : 3-year or 36,000-mile Standard limited warrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayQuantity Sold : Sold individually
Standard STDDL-7 Door Lock - Direct Fit, Sold individually
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$24.22
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Standard DL-106 Door Lock - Chrome, Direct Fit, Kit
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$87.33
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Notes : Contents - Complete KitWarranty : 3-year or 36,000-mile Standard limited warrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayQuantity Sold : Kit
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Door Lock Customer Reviews

Standard DL-140 Door Lock - Chrome, Direct Fit, Set Of 2
Jun 03, 2020
Arrived quickly and in perfect condition
Thanks for having these available for me. I have not installed my replacement locks yet. They're exactly what I need and I plan to get to the installation when I can peel myself away from the television.
Matt in Las Vegas, NV Matt in Las Vegas, NV
VERIFIED PURCHASER
Purchased on May 17, 2020
The part was fine but it was for the drivers side door not the rear door as ordered.
tom holmes
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Purchased on May 09, 2020
Works good no problem to install
Agostinho Arruda
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Purchased on Feb 18, 2020

Door Lock Guides

As basic as it may seem, the door lock is one of your vehicle's most useful defenses against thieves. Each of the doors is usually equipped with its own lock, which can be activated manually or remotely.When engaged, these door locks prevent entry into your vehicle. This function is especially helpful when you leave your vehicle in public parking lots that offer little security. Recent vehicle models are usually equipped with door locks that can be activated and deactivated using a handheld electronic device.But however your vehicle's door locks are activated, the fact remains that you should keep it in top shape. In case you need a replacement, we have a wide array of door lock products here at Carparts.We offer you door locks designed for specific vehicle models, so you don't have to worry about installation.


• Secures your vehicle's doors against unauthorized entry

• Made from durable materials to ensure reliable functions

• Can be upgraded through easy-to-install aftermarket replacements
 

How to Install Protective Door Locks in Your Vehicle

Car door locks are an essential component of anti-theft protection on your automobile, preventing burglars from stealing valuables and acting as an important safety feature to prevent children from opening the door and falling out into the road through it while the vehicle is moving.

Required skill level: Expert

Needed tools and materials

  1. Voltage meter
  2. Flat-head screwdriver
  3. Wire cutters
  4. Wire strippers
  5. Electrical tape
  6. Adjustable wrench

Getting to know more about your vehicle

Review the repair manual for your car, noting any warnings with respect to electrical components including airbags, brakes, on-board computers, and batteries. Keep the repair manual handy so you can refer to it if needed as you work through this project.

Doing away with preliminaries such as disconnecting some parts of the car

Before you can install locks in your car door, preliminaries have to be done, including removing some parts of the car so that the lock can be put in place. You should first remove the panel from the inside of the car door by sliding a flat-head screwdriver between the panel and the door frame and prying it free. After that, locate the power lock mechanism and remove the retaining bolts with an adjustable wrench.

Disconnecting and reconnecting wires of the door lock

After you have removed the retaining bolts, disconnect all wires from the lock mechanism using wire cutters and then remove the lock assembly from the door. Next, you have to feed the negative parking light wire through the door and trace the existing negative parking light wire to the back of the light switch. Covering the exposed wire with electrical tape should be done next. After doing so, connect the opposite end of the negative parking light wire to the correct mount on the new power lock assembly.

Setting up the ground wire

Run the ground wire to the location on your car as stated by the door lock manufacturer. After doing so, connect the opposite end of the ground wire to the appropriate mount on the new power lock assembly.

Setting up the ignition wire

Locate the ignition wires in your car and find one with +12 volts by testing the voltage of the wires using a voltmeter. After that, connect the ignition wire to the appropriate mount on the new power lock assembly.

Setting up the system-chassis ground wire

Run the system-chassis ground wire through the door and trace the existing chassis ground wire to the engine block, under the hood of the car. After doing so, connect the opposite end of the chassis ground wire to the appropriate mount on the new power lock assembly.

Setting up the power input wire

Run the +12 volt power input wire through the door, into the dash panel, through the back of the dash panel into the engine block, and then connect the opposite end of the power input wire to the appropriate mount.

Testing the new power lock

Press the "Lock" and "Unlock" buttons to verify that the lock on the door works in tandem with the switches on the power lock; recheck your wiring and repeat the process to make sure all the wires are properly connected if it fails to do so.

Remounting the bolts

Insert the mounting bolts into corresponding slots. Proceed to assembling the unit by tightening the retaining nuts. After this last step, you may now reinstall the car door panel and experience a safe ride with your new car door lock.

Door Lock Assembly

Unlocking the 7 Steps to Installing a New Door Lock Assembly

Have you ever imagined having a lockless door? No? Well that's because no car should exist without a properly working door lock. So when you car's door won't lock or unlock willingly, install a new door lock assembly with 7 easy steps.

Required skill level: Intermediate

Needed tools and materials

  1. Phillips screwdriver
  2. Flat screwdriver
  3. Wrench
  4. New door lock assembly

Preparing your car for installation

Using an appropriately sized wrench, disconnect the car's battery cable from its negative terminal. Don't look at this step as something unnecessary and time consuming. Especially for electrically powerrf door lock assemblies, disconnecting your battery can help prevent you from accidentally grounding yourself during the installation.

Removing the door handle panel

Before proceeding to the door lock assembly itself, you should first remove the door handle panel and disconnect the switches. Using a Phillips screwdriver, unfasten and pull out the screws that secure the panel in place. Once the panel comes off, push in the thumb tabs of the switches to take them out from the door handle panel. Aside from the door handle switches, you should also remove the mirror switch from its clip, and other switches for that matter, to completely remove the panel. Once the switches are removed, pop the bezels from the panel using a screwdriver and guide the switch through the hole on the door handle panel. Pull out the loose panel and set aside.

Accessing the door lock assembly

Now you can proceed with removing the old door lock assembly. First, you have to gain access to the assembly itself, which entails removing all parts that are blocking your view of it. Unscrew the bolts that hold your car's door panel. You should also remove the side rear-view mirror panel using a Philips screwdriver. To completely separate the door panel from the rest of the car door's frame, push the panel upward and slide it off.

Locating and removing the old door lock assembly

Your car's door lock assembly should be located inside the left corner of the door's frame. Observe how it is attached to the frame of your car's door. If it is attached using screws, then unscrew these bolts to let the actuator loose. On the other hand, if the door lock actuator is held in place using a bracket, push in the arm of the actuator and release it from the bracket using a flat screwdriver. Disconnect the harness, if there is one, from the old actuator.

Installing the new door lock assembly

Replace the old actuator with the new door lock assembly. Install the assembly into the frame and refasten the screws or replace its bracket to secure it inside the car's door.

Testing the new door lock assembly

It is important to check if the door lock assembly is working properly before you reassemble the car's door to avoid having to disassemble the panel again when your newly installed door lock assembly fails to work. Lock and unlock the doors to test its functionality.

Reassembling your car's door

Once you're sure that the replacement part works perfectly, reassemble the door panel the same way it was removed and reattach the negative battery cable.

Protect Yourself from Harm and Choose the Best Door Locks

Your car can be considered as your second home, and you will do anything to protect it from unwanted visitors. Well, you don't have to do anything, just ensure you've locked the doors. In this portion, you will briefly learn how a car door lock works, and some helpful hints if you decide to buy a replacement.

How do door locks works around my car?

Since your car doors are both entry and exit areas, latches have been attached to it to secure the entire vehicle, this is the locking system. If you still have an old model car, the locking system may still be manual; but for all modern vehicles, the door locks are automatically operated with just a press of a button.

Why are there different types of locks?

That will depend on the design of the car. There are door locks that have to be pulled up, and there are some that you only press on the side of the door. For the front doors, the door lock must have a key entry system, or for high-end cars, there entry system is a number code that has to be correct to open.

If I replace my car's door lock, do I still need expert help?

Are there any features that I should look for in a door lock?

Most door locks sold in the market are actually the same. Instead of thinking about what might be a special feature, focus on the security it provides. This will only come from trusted brands in the industry; and they also include warranties in their products.

About warranties, how long does it expire?

The warranties manufacturers include in their products is usually 90 days or 3,000 miles ? these is the standard length.

How much does a car door lock cost?

For a pair, $15 is actually a good start. It may reach around $50, but that can be high on the budget.

Safety is the Key in Replacing Your Door Locks

Are you confident when you pass by busy streets that no one will suddenly open your car? Do you have toddlers that you bring to school every day? Can your car protect your belongings when you park? If these questions bother you, then worry no more. Here's a helpful step-by-step guide to replace your car's door lock because safety is top priority.

Difficulty Level: Medium

Tools you'll need:

  • Screwdriver
  • Pliers
  • New car door locks

Step 1: Park your car and a clean, level surface, and engage the hand brake.

Step 2: Unscrew the arm rest from the door and remove the speaker cover as well.

Step 3: Remove the door panel and the door handle using the screws. Use the pliers to remove the plastic pins that hold the door panel.

Step 4: Locate the long rod inside the door and disconnect it from the door assembly. Remove the bolts that hold the door handle as well. It is advisable to mark all the parts and where you will place it back later.

Step 5: Take the new door lock and move snap ring's clip to open the first lock core. Place the second lock core in, and move the snap ring's clip in place.

Step 6: Place the bolts of the door handle back in place using the screwdriver, and reconnect the rod to the place you have marked.

Step 7: Use the screwdriver to place the door panel in correct position, as well as the arm rest and speaker cover.

Step 8: Test the door lock by switching it or turning on the engine to check the automatic response. Observe the car door lock if there are adjustments necessary.

Attaching the door lock will take around 20-30 minutes on one door; it will vary to the number of doors you have to replace with new door locks.

Helpful Automotive Resources

What are the Parts of a Car Door?
May 29, 2020
What are the Parts of a Car Door?The doors of your vehicle contain a lot of important parts like windows and handles. Your car door is also where some controls and electronic switches are located.
Bad Door Lock Actuator Symptoms: 4 Signs to Watch Out For
July 07, 2020
Bad Door Lock Actuator Symptoms: 4 Signs to Watch Out ForTypically, on older vehicles, when you press the door lock switch, power flows through a relay to the door lock actuator. On most new vehicles, however, when you press the lock switch, a signal is sent to a control module (usually the body control module). The module then supplies the
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