Running wires into slider door for Actuator

Running wires into slider door for Actuator

Postby hardnock [OP] » September 9th 2017, 6:03pm

Hello all,

I am installing actuators into my '02 Chevy Cargo Astro and need some ideas on how to correctly run wiring into the slider door.

If anyone would be so kind as to post some pictures of existing wiring harnesses into the slider I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks and God Bless!
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Re: Running wires into slider door for Actuator

Postby AstroWill » September 9th 2017, 7:28pm

hardnock wrote:I am installing actuators into my '02 Chevy Cargo Astro and need some ideas on how to correctly run wiring into the slider door.


There is a 2 pin spring loaded contact at the front of the sliding door, it only makes contact when you close the door. Would probably benefit you to swing by your local junk yard, not sure if they are available to buy new.

Could check chevypartsprime.com

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Re: Running wires into slider door for Actuator

Postby Don1806 » September 9th 2017, 8:47pm

If you can't find one on a junk van, aftermarket are available from various manufacturers. https://www.amazon.com/uxcell-Vehicles-Central-Locking-Sliding/dp/B00AKWPWE2
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Re: Running wires into slider door for Actuator

Postby hardnock [OP] » September 10th 2017, 4:45am

Thanks so much for the confirmation. My friend and I figured it out when looking at the door tonight and you guys confirmed it. Thanks so much for the help. This community is great!
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