Date: Wed, 26 Apr 2000 17:59:44 GMT
From: S. W. Falken <>
Subject: Re: Internal Door Panel Removal

>But before doing so, I thought I'd check to see if anybody else has gone >through this and either a) regretted it or b) found that it was surprisingly >easy. It would have been easy if someone told me how to do it :) I've only taken off the front door on an 88 9000, but here's hwat I had to take off (IF I remember correctly) - Unscrew the safety red/white light and pull it out, disconnect the lamp - The two bolts on either end of the "door pouch", they are undrew screw caps - Pull out the door handle whle assembly - it's only held in by clips, and disconnect the power for whatever switch was on there. - there's got to be more screws at the bottom I think... but when you find them all and have them out, lift the door panel UP and clear the door lock button and then it's off, and that's it. I had to replace that dumb little thing that goes on the othe side of the door lock to detect it's present state, some crap little part that ended up costing 50 bucks and has no mechanicals. heh. It did fix my whole master locking system though by replacing it! Also, I had to open it to put in a motor for the door lock system for a Clifford Alarm system. Enjoy.

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