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Old 12-02-08, 04:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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door lock buzzing

hey i think this is a common problem among 95's but my door locks make the most irritating buzzing sound whenever they lock can anyone tell me whats causing it and how it can be fixed as well as the cost if possible?
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if it's anythign like other early 90's cars i've had, it's just the lock actuating the lock. dunno though, have to hear it.
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+1 for door lock actuator.
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Acura Legend Door Lock Actuator DIY Fix

It is a very annoying problem, sometimes the door locks cycle themself lock and unlock and cause the alarm went off in the middle of the night or you could be locked yourself out while the engine is running. In case you haven't got time to fix this quick, make yourself a spare key and put it in your wallet.
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and that my friend, is why i subscribed to this one earlier... i knew someone would have the perfect fix for it. ;]

door locks have always been annoying especially on dates... right up there with windows that don't go back up wi/o pulling.
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When I first saw the title of this thread, I though it would be about the same problem I'm having. My front passenger door lock makes a loud buzz sound anytime its opened. Its not a cycling but a single buzz lasting between 1-2 seconds. It sounds a lot like something's loose that rattles whenever the door is unlocked. The lock opens and closes fine, its just that the noise is so loud and embarrasing whenever people are around.
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^same problem we are all having that buzzing is annoying and easy to fix
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