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Installing power door locks in a Toyota Tundra
with cable actuated lock mechanism.
Once the bracket and actuator are mounted, we need to remove the housing from the cable. Most cable housings consist of a single layer of plastic. This particular housing consists of 3 layers. A black plastic outer cover. Steel wire strands and an inner plastic tube. The steel strands are spiral wrapped over the inner plastic tube.
With the cable clamped to the bracket, the outer layer is first cut off. Then the cable strands are carefully cut away, a few strands at a time. Lastly, the inner plastic tube is cut away with a knife. Care must be taken not to nick or cut the inner steel cable. The cable casing should now be stripped away between the indentations on the bracket.
If it becomes necessary to remove the cables from the clamps, the cable must be marked carefully so that it can be reinstalled in the exact same position.
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