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WTB: Rear Door Lock Actuator

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    WTB: Rear Door Lock Actuator

    I need a working rear door lock actuator for the rear driver's side door on my 1991 318i.
    E36 1998 M3 Coupe - Titanium Silver (M3 Tech Procedures)
    E30 1991 318i - Red (318i Tech Procedures)

    #2
    Well, I do have 4 of these.
    Now the question is how to tell the LR from the others.

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      #3
      Are there part numbers on any of them?
      E36 1998 M3 Coupe - Titanium Silver (M3 Tech Procedures)
      E30 1991 318i - Red (318i Tech Procedures)

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        #4
        They are different, change over occured in 05/90 production date.

        I have one of the later type and bunch of the earlier ones.

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          #5
          will your later type one fit my driver's side rear door on my 1991 318i (build date 2/1991)? If so, how much for part & s&h?
          E36 1998 M3 Coupe - Titanium Silver (M3 Tech Procedures)
          E30 1991 318i - Red (318i Tech Procedures)

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            #6
            I looked and found that 2 of them are exactly the same p/n. The other 2 seem to be each unique. Can't read the p/n on one of them though. These are from an '89. Appears that there was a running change in march 91 advise check your production date. If I were you I'd pull the thing to make sure. Just last year I got screwed by a running change on a fuel pump for my 318is.

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              #7
              I looked at the later type that I have and the plastic part at the end of rod is much bigger than earlier type. Best for you would be to take it off and snap a pic, because I found two different mentions of change over date in ETK one in 05/90 as I mentioned and another in 3/91 as he said above.

              Also earlier type actuator bolts up the the door while newer style is attached to a door lock.

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