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I've recently installed power lock actuators on my jk. I was looking for pix or anything to kinda help guide and it seems like nothing was out here. Here's a pic of how I positioned mine for anyone that may also need some ideas

This is the inner door skin before and after attaching actuator. I'll post more, including the rear doors if anyone needs help. It's a job, but I also went with remote start and an alarm. I went with a pricey setup but there are cheaper ways to have power locks.
 

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Rear door actuator position. Ran all the wires through the trim, behind the dash, and into the space behind the glove box. There is more than enough room for my 2 control boxes that work the locks, alarm, and remote start.
 

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Dude that looks good. How well do they work for you? Hey you might know where I could find the right actuators for the center console and glove box? I would like to have them automatic with the key FOB especially on those days where i'm topless and doorless.
 

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Here is a picture of where I installed my actuators along with adding power windows. I also went with different door panels after the install for a cleaner look...Pictures before and after!
Nice clean install, I like it!
 

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Rear door actuator position. Ran all the wires through the trim, behind the dash, and into the space behind the glove box. There is more than enough room for my 2 control boxes that work the locks, alarm, and remote start.
Nice work and thanks for the post. I was looking to get it done also but didn't land on a good write up. Your post motivates me again. Could you please post some details of the kit and step by step install, wire routing may be? That would be awesome! Thanks
 

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Im new to this and plan on doing the same install, are you able to remove doors with quick disconnect wires? do you have to add anything else to do that?
 
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