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Old 09-02-2008, 07:43 PM   #1
Quix
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Chapter/Region: VIC
Location: Vancouver, BC
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1996 Outback
Dark green - peeling off

Default WTB: Door lock timer for 96 outback (#88201AC060)

I'm looking for the power door lock timer for a 96 legacy outback.
I think I fried this one when I plugged it back in with out disconnecting the battery first (was working on the remote starter/remote door lock).

Part number is 88201AC060. That's the part that makes the "click" sound when you lock and unlock the car from the driver's door lock. It's located under the steering wheel behind the removable wiring panel.

I'm also looking for a replacement rear windshield wiper motor for the same car as well as a rear wiper arm for another 95 legacy.

Let me know if you've got anything (if you've got a power locks, it's got that timer).
If you've had the problem in the past, and managed to fix it with out replacing the timer, please let me know how you did that.
One of the options I'm considering is to complete the circuit bypassing the timer and hope that the locks will simply work with out the timer circuitry.

Thanks.
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Old 09-05-2008, 05:13 AM   #2
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Old 01-29-2009, 10:07 AM   #3
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Default door lock timer.

Do you still need this? I have one. ern.sue@verizon.net
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