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post #1 of 8 Old 05-23-2020, 07:18 PM Thread Starter
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What's this part called?

After Finally 2 years of working on my Jeep I've started the process of finally fixing the minor issues with it. One issue is that the passenger side door lock is missing a linkage that lets you lock with the key, I went on a Google spree but I couldn't find an exact name for it, couldn't find it on any aftermarket sites. (since I don't know the name)

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post #2 of 8 Old 05-23-2020, 07:43 PM
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Looks to be part of an assembly.
Even Chrysler didn't name each rod.
Most are marked as "rod" with a part number following.

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lock cylinder "rod"?

door lock "rod"?

"rod" the lightning?

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It's a dikfer.


In all seriousnous, you'll probably have to go to a junkyard to find that part. They don't normally wear out or break, so nobody usually reproduces them.

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I would look for the plastic clips or an alternative. You can get a metal dowel in that size and bend it yourself with a vise or even vicegrips. The plasic retainers are going to be the hardest part however I bet there are tons of cars that use that clips and still do so it shouldnt be as hard to find

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Napa carries the plastic clips in a Dorman "Help" pack on the shelf, you can get GM, Ford or Chrysler specific or a multi-pack. I'd just a piece of rod and bend it as needed.

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The linkage rod is question is called "Lock Cylinder Rod". It's Jeep P/N 55026850 or 04797152, unfortunately it's NLA from Jeep. So you're gonna have to look for a used one on Ebay or a junk yard. You could also make your own. I measured a spare one I have laying around and it's 5/32" in diameter and 2.9" center to center.

The clips are P/N J4004532 or 04658677. These can still be purchased. If you can get OEM ones, do it. I've had bad luck with the longevity of the Dorman clips.

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I’ve bought clips from CSEoffroad.com before. That’s the easy part

[size=“3”]Shackles & D-rings are different things.
Cranking IS turning over
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