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I have a 2009 Versa S hatchback manual with manual locks and windows. Now the driver door is connected to the hatch, so when the door is locked so is the hatch. Now this would mean that there is some type of wiring or control mechanism that goes from the door to the hatch. Would this mean that the door comes prewired for power locks? and also the actuator? Has anyone with a similar car opened the door and confirmed this?

Now for power windows I figured theres nothing, so I would probrably have to buy a kit like this one 4 Power Window Roll Up Conversion Power Universal Kit w Auto Door Unlock Kit | eBay and install it myself. Now for anybody that has opened the doors, have you seen a place to mount the actuators?

P.S.-I dont like to use ebay, but it is the cheapest place I have seen it
 

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I would maybe consider selling the 2009 Versa HB and buying a newer one with the power windows and locks already installed. You can buy a 2012 Versa HB well below bluebook and with minimal miles from Hertz Rent2Own. I bought my 2010 Versa HB fully loaded with only 21,000 miles for $5000 below bluebook from them. Great car and had it almost three years now. The car was still under factory warranty too.
 

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I don't know how you got an 09 with manual windows and locks but someone cheaped out when getting it new... my 09 S has both... maybe see if there is an upgrade... but might run you more than its worth...
you can get actuators for power locks but when you need to get a remote receiver and transmitter...
 

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I have a lot of spare parts from when I converted to factory power locks and windows. The actuators are in the doors on a 2009, mine's a 2009 to.
 

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I don't know how you got an 09 with manual windows and locks but someone cheaped out when getting it new... my 09 S has both... maybe see if there is an upgrade... but might run you more than its worth...
you can get actuators for power locks but when you need to get a remote receiver and transmitter...
back then I didn't have a job so I was trying to keep cost down. Now i regret not getting it especially since I got a job soon after, but whatever. I found some actuators on amazon for $37 for power locks, and about $150 for power windows. I would probably end up doing the labor, kinda want to know if anybody has done it before to have something to refer back to. I would also add a viper unlock system since best buy does the installation as well.

I have a lot of spare parts from when I converted to factory power locks and windows. The actuators are in the doors on a 2009, mine's a 2009 to.
What do you mean by spare parts? so what your saying I just need to run the wires and install the control box?
 

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There were two wrecked versa's that I combined parts off of to make the power locks and windows work in my car. To go to factory it takes wiring, power window motors and regulators, door panels, power lock/window switches
 

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I don't know how you got an 09 with manual windows and locks but someone cheaped out when getting it new... my 09 S has both... maybe see if there is an upgrade... but might run you more than its worth...
you can get actuators for power locks but when you need to get a remote receiver and transmitter...
its sad to say that even in my 2014 sedan has manual locks and manual windows, i myself don't mind, but i wonder if you get an alarm, that they'll include the actuators? or you'll think they'll make a joke out of my car?
 

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I have a 2014 Sedan. I bought it with manual everything. I installed aftermarket power windows and locks along with a viper alarm system.

I still have to do the remote start bit, but the locks and windows work really well. I even installed a trunk popper because I got sick of using the key.

The power windows are about 100 bucks on Amazon and the lock kit was about 40 bucks. The install really isn't all that difficult.
 

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The power windows are about 100 bucks on Amazon and the lock kit was about 40 bucks. The install really isn't all that difficult.
Can you please post a link to the kits you bought? I have been looking to do this sort of upgrade since the day I bought my 2014 base model. I am particularly interested in the lock kit and the trunk release, but if the power window kit is really only $100 and works well, I don't see why not do that as well.

Thanks!
 

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I have a 2015 Versa S, I would like to get power door locks installed, I am going to buy a kit and find someone do to the install, I am confused about which kit to buy. The links posted her say they are for a car with the rod style locking system. I found the rod style was used on cars made before 2003, so I am not sure they would work on a 2015. I cannpt find any info on exactly which style I have, or if the kits in the amazon links will work on both stlyes
 
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