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Old 07-02-2018, 09:28 AM
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Default Door Lock Motor Replacement / P2096 Code

Hello all. I have a 2014 Outlander SE and it seems like the motor is no longer working that locks/unlocks the drivers side door. When I press the button to lock/unlock all of the other doors work just fine, but the drivers side doesn't do anything.

That being said, has anyone ever replaced this part? I am at 117k miles so I am way out or extended warranty. Any ideas of which part to get or how to dis-assemble the door to get to the motor would be great.

Also, I am getting a P2096 code which looks like I have an O2 sensor going bad. But I know there are two of them. Which one needs to be replaced? Before or after the converter? Any suggestions on Aftermarket replacements?

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Old 07-09-2018, 10:04 AM
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Someone tried to slim jim my driver's door and the rod connecting the lock was popped out of it's receptacle - but they weren't able to open the car. I took the door panel off and reconnected everything, plus tightened up the speaker mounts which had vibrated loose - that's my fault for driving with the music on 30 all the time.
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Old 07-11-2018, 12:48 PM
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@bindz is the door disassembly rough? Just looking to see what I am getting into before I decide to open things up.
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Old 07-11-2018, 02:22 PM
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I used these two diagrams to help me out. I have a plastic set of prys for using on interior panels that I got for $6 online and one of those medium sized plastic rivet popping tools to make it easy and fast. I attached the diagrams, because when you know where to pry, it is super easy. There are a couple of screws to do first. Also, some things were loose from vibration, so it was good to snug everything down at the same time. Cheers

you can get the tools at any auto store, but here is an example

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