If vehicle is equipped with central locking then you can get an aftermarket alarm system to activate the actuator.
If vehicle is not equipped with alarm, then you would have to remove the door panel to install the actuator.
Check if there is anything lodged in the key cylinder. Compressed air would help to clear them after spraying some WD40 into it.
What if you remove the door key cylinder and check the cylinder yourself or send it to the locksmith to be repaired?
I can try to get the information for removing the door panels and the key cylinder.
Thursday, July 29th, 2010 AT 6:26 AM