Door Lock Actuators

A Door Lock Actuator (DLA), mounted in the door, locks and unlocks that door. Integrated door lock actuators combine electrical actuation with latching mechanization.

A door lock actuator can be damaged in a collision or any time a door is impacted. The actuator motor can fail from normal wear and tear or carbon buildup. Normal operation (3 years/36,000 miles) can wear our the internal circuitry. A damaged cable can harm the actuator housing. Sustained exposure to long pulse radio frequency can result in door lock actuator failure.

(Image: Standard DLA1423)

Door Lock Actuator (DL1439) from Standard Motor Products chart showing features

Standard's growing line Door Lock Actuators features integrated and nonintegrated actuators. All Standard® DLAs meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) requirements for door-ejection safety.