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Yeah back then I was 80 lbs lighter and Randy's hair was a different color and we could both walk further than 20 feet. Also as far as putting pictures in here as soon as I figure out how to do it I will. Till then anyone with questions can ask me and I will endeavor to answer them. One tip have a skinny kid at your disposal.
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Yeah back then I was 80 lbs lighter and Randy's hair was a different color and we could both walk further than 20 feet. Also as far as putting pictures in here as soon as I figure out how to do it I will. Till then anyone with questions can ask me and I will endeavor to answer them. One tip have a skinny kid at your disposal.

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The Bluebird bay electric lock/latches are the same ones used on GM cars for about one hundred years. I get mine from whatever junk yard is handy for about $20.00 per pop. Make sure it is a lock/latch problem and not a wiring problem. It is usually a wire fault.
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Old 10-08-2010
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OK guys I've got the new door latch actuator and the NAPA part # is 52-1004. You should be able to cross it with any parts house now. Also it is supplied to NAPA by Dorman.

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