RE: [DML] Door locks and exterior door handle questions
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RE: [DML] Door locks and exterior door handle questions

I did the same thing with removimg the front locking rods. It eliminated a 
lot of the alignment issues and the locks have been working great since. 
The door still won't open if locked, so there's no real drawback that I've 
been able to find. Just make sure to keep those rods handy. If you upgrade 
to Toby's lock actuators, you need the rods for the actuators to connect 
to. In my case, I simply cut part of them so while it's connected, it 
doesn't actually go all the way to the latch.

VIN 4099

At 02:36 PM 4/27/2008 -0700, you wrote:
>I read Joe's advice as to remove the front lock rod, not the striker 
>bolt(there are multiple posts and this was the one I liked). That sounds 
>fine to me, but I wonder how may are running their cars this way.

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