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[* black] The last item to check is the gas door lock actuator. This actuator is up inside the passenger side rear fender. It is difficult to get a picture of this part as it's far up inside the fender. However, it is the only item up there, it will not be mistaken for anything else.
[* black] The last item to check is the gas door lock actuator. This actuator is up inside the passenger side rear fender. It is difficult to get a picture of this part as it's far up inside the fender. However, it is the only item up there, it will not be mistaken for anything else.
[* black] This actuator comes in two styles. The one on the car being tested only has a lock side; it uses a spring mechanism to return it to the unlocked state when vacuum is lost on the lock side. Another design acts just like the trunk lock actuator, in which there is a lock and unlock side.
[* black] On the spring-loaded lock only style, remove the single vacuum connection from the bottom of the actuator and pull a vacuum 10 to 15Hg vacuum on it and watch for leaks. On the lock/unlock style, treat it the same as the trunk lock actuator by testing the lock side since that is where the original leak was found at the beginning.
[* black] On the spring-loaded lock only style, remove the single vacuum connection from the bottom of the actuator and pull a vacuum 10 to 15Hg vacuum on it and watch for leaks. On the lock/unlock style, treat it the same as the trunk lock actuator by testing the lock side since that is where the original leak was found at the beginning.