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Code Alarm CLBK

Cable kit for cable driven door lock

Item # 220CLBK

Code Alarmâ?Ts CLBK cable kit lets you use a door lock actuator with a cable-driven door lock system.

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Code Alarmâ?Ts CLBK cable kit lets you use a door lock actuator with a cable-driven door lock system.

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About the Code Alarm CLBK

Code Alarmâ?Ts CLBK cable kit lets you use a door lock actuator with a cable-driven door lock system. Warranty: 30 days.

Code Alarmâ?Ts CLBK cable kit lets you use a door lock actuator with a cable-driven door lock system. Warranty: 30 days.

Important: If you know how to use a multimeter and have experience working with your vehicle's electrical system, you should be able to install this car security equipment. If you're unfamiliar with installing car security equipment, please speak to one of our Advisors at 1-888-955-6000 before attempting this installation.

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What's in the box:

  • Cable bracket plate
  • 2 Cable clips
  • Cable U-clip
  • 2 Phillips-head self-tapping screws (length=1")
  • 2 Allen-head set screws (requires 2mm Allen wrench)
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Code Alarm CLBK

Paul from Chesterfield VA on 3/22/2016

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Overview: The Code-Alarm CLBK (Door Lock Cable Bracket) allows you to attach a door lock actuator to a cable-driven door lock mechanism.

Installation: The bracket is mounted inside the vehicle door behind the door lock cable. You will need to remove a section of the cable's sheathing without damaging the steel cable itself. The bracket's U-clip grabs the cable while the cable clips hold the sheathing in place. Once the door lock actuator (sold separately) is mounted to the door, the actuator's rod is connected to the cable so the movement of the actuator rod also moves the cable to lock or unlock the door.

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bc i needed it [ Steven  Feb 16, 2019 ]

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