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Old 07-14-2012, 04:03 AM   #1
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Dynolock Tailgate Lock

I bought a pop-&-lock (w/o backup camera) and don't care much of the quality. I've heard good things about the Dynolock automatic tailgate lock. It was nice surprise to see it comes with a 5 year warranty. Anyone have first hand experience with the Dynolock?

If so, please share your experience. Thanks.
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I had one on my last vehicle. Worked well and didn't give me any problems. Will be getting one for my truck at some point. They are noisy, but it lets you know its locking or unlocking when you hit your key fob.
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do they make one that works with the back up camera?
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do they make one that works with the back up camera?
Yes.
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I had one on my last vehicle. Worked well and didn't give me any problems. Will be getting one for my truck at some point. They are noisy, but it lets you know its locking or unlocking when you hit your key fob.
Thanks. That is what I was hoping to hear! They say the installation is fairly simple and quick as well. Did you find that to be true?
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Put mine on 3 years ago. Easy to install, still working great.
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Thanks. That is what I was hoping to hear! They say the installation is fairly simple and quick as well. Did you find that to be true?
Overall yes. Hardest part was feeding the wire through the floorboard into the inner pillar. But it wasnt that bad. That was in a different vehicle though.
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