Reparing 1989 LeBaron GTC convertible air conditionaer --- need part number 521011AB mode door actuator

Asked by Sep 07, 2012 at 03:11 PM about the 1989 Chrysler Le Baron

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

This door and motor assembly is required to switch between air condiioning and heating

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I just answered anothe Chrysler related question about a Turn Signal Switch. I'll tell you the same thing I told him. Since you already have the part number of the part you need, take a ride to your local Chrysler or Dodge dealer's parts dept. and give them that number and ask if they will run it thru their national locator. If it's anywhere, it will show up on the locator with the name of the dealer or dealers that have it and with contact information. Get as many dealers names and numbers as you can from the parts person and go home and give the place or places a call yourself. If you can, call around 3 or more places and check prices as they all will probably be different. Since it's a very old part they might even ask you to make them an offer on it as it probably won't be listed in their price books or computer but one place might want $5.00 and another may want $50 so call a couple different places but one of them should have the part, especially if they update their inventories on the locator on a regular basis. If no one shows up on the locator then your next bet is a recycling yard, they also have national locators that can find a part nationwide. Good Luck, MrBlueOval

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