Used Dacia Duster Central Locking Pump

All used Dacia Duster Central Locking Pump listed on are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. listed used car parts for Dacia Duster are from premium breaker yards from across the UK, saving you up to 80% compared to main dealer prices.

About Central Locking Pump

The Duster Dacia central locking pump is a vacuum pump that is located in the door behind the door trim, and is housed in a rubber housing to protect it. It is used to open and close the doors on a central locking system when the button on the key or fob is pressed. If a Duster Dacia central locking pump fails, it will result in the loss of central locking to the door it controls. This means that the door will be unable to be locked and unlocked, creating a potential security issue.

A vacuum-powered central locking system is virtually defunct in modern vehicles now due to the creation of electrical central locking systems.  However some older cars, particularly older Mercedes Benz cars will use this system.

Failure of a Duster Dacia central locking pump will break the vacuum that is used to power the locking and unlocking mechanism, so the door will not open or close when the key button is pressed. It is possible that a failure of the central locking system is caused by a leak elsewhere in the vacuum, so it is important to check other components in the locking assembly to establish what has caused the failure

Dacia trivia

  • The Dacia 1410 was an attempt to break into the minivan market, but it kept not quite making it to production. After adding front headlights from a Nissan Primera, the 1410 proved too odd for motorists, and the production run only lasted for two years before it was cancelled in 2006.
  • Over two million Dacia 1300s were produced over the span of 35 years!
  • Dacia became the official partner of the Challenge Cup in 2016 and the Rugby League Super League. They have become close partners of British sport, and now sponsor the men's, women's, and wheelchair England teams.
  • The Dacia Sandero won the What Car? Best Value Car For Less Than £10,000 in 2019, and the Honest John Satisfaction Index in 2018.
  • The 1989 revolution in Romania saw the newest Dacia called the 1325 Liberta, and it stayed in production right up to 1999.