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Old 06-01-2006, 05:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Gimme your door lock actuator outta your passenger front door. Mines locked in the lock position. I checked bavauto.com, they want 159 for this thing. Anywhere else to look and which other cars would this interchange? Part number is 51 26 8 351 284. Thanks in advance...

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Gimme your door lock actuator outta your passenger front door. Mines locked in the lock position. I checked bavauto.com, they want 159 for this thing. Anywhere else to look and which other cars would this interchange? Part number is 51 26 8 351 284. Thanks in advance...

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since its an old car, look around in local junkyards!
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check www.autohausaz.com

They have the part for around $60

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Old 06-01-2006, 12:37 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Your part number is wrong. 51 26 8 356 065 is the correct part number.

Part Cross-reference

Part 51268356065 (ACTUATOR F FRONT DOOR) was found on the following vehicles:

E32: Details on E32
E32 735i SEDAN, U.S.
E32 735iL SEDAN, U.S.
E32 740i SEDAN, U.S.
E32 740iL SEDAN, U.S.
E32 750iL SEDAN, U.S.
E32 730i SEDAN, Euro
E32 730iL SEDAN, Euro
E32 735i SEDAN, Euro
E32 735iL SEDAN, Euro
E32 740i SEDAN, Euro
E32 740iL SEDAN, Euro
E32 750i SEDAN, Euro
E32 750iL SEDAN, Euro
E32 750iLS SEDAN, Euro

E34: Details on E34
E34 535i SEDAN, U.S.
E34 M5 3.6 SEDAN, U.S.
E34 525i SEDAN, U.S.
E34 518i SEDAN, Euro
E34 520i SEDAN, Euro
E34 524td SEDAN, Euro
E34 525i SEDAN, Euro
E34 525ix SEDAN, Euro
E34 525tds SEDAN, Euro
E34 535i SEDAN, Euro
E34 M5 3.6 SEDAN, Euro
E34 530i SEDAN, Euro

go here http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...=41&fg=50&hl=3
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gho on google and look for website rock parts auto or something like that.
they have a lot of parts, and they're affordable
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Your part number is wrong. 51 26 8 356 065 is the correct part number.
I removed it from my door and its the only 11 digit number on the actuator. I am wondering if there is a left and right part number *shrugs*
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since its an old car, look around in local junkyards!
I would, but I am thinking if my car at 142K and this is the first of four that is bad (or will go bad shortly), I am thinking I want new ones so they will last another 150K or so. Any E34 that is in the salvage yards will surely have more than 150K on them and the actuators may or may not be any good.

Thanks for the links LOS and Torquester...Its credit card / clicky-clicky time...
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check www.autohausaz.com

They have the part for around $60

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This is the actual one and this is what I am finding, 139.98...the one for 60 is 95-up unfortunately.
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Rockauto.com and they dont have it unfortunately.
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One more try!
try this junkyard...
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bmr should be able to get you one cheap. My white e34 has a problem with one of those, tell me what kind of price you get so I can see about getting one too
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called bmr and they have them in stock for 75 + shipping. These are used though, I am still thinking I want new.

I did find a universal 5-wire actuator from Spal, they make a lot of factory BMW stuff (electric fans, etc.). I have an email into them. If I can find out from them if this will work, I will make a DIY and post it in here somewhere. Since this is so common in these, at $13 for each actuator, this will definitely make for a cheap fix.

In my 1972 Chevelle, I installed Spal's 2-wire actuators for locks, a 40lb pull trunk release, power windows on all 4 windows, two 14" electric cooling fans, and I have had most of this stuff installed for well over 8 years, so I know about the durability of their products.
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