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Yaris door cable replacement

How do you replace the cable end located in the lock? I have removed the door panel, do I have to remove the whole lock and possiblythe window guide?

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My 96 Camry LE has 9 attachments that are visible. Some have plastic caps covering the screws; others do not. There are screws at the door handle, at the forward portion(with covers) when the door is open and the back edge (small covers). As I recall, there are several friction type fasteners around the perimiter of the panel that can be removed by prying carefully away from the metal portion of the door to free up the trim panel. Once these are loose, the trim around the inside door release handle (the one you pull to open the door) can be pryed in a backward motion. Then the entire panel can be removed by pulling upward and backward at the same time (it easier to do this with the window down). Then it is a matter of disconnecting the wires attached to the various controls for the electric windows and door locks to free up the panel itself. There is probably a plastic skin covering the metal portion of the door. Carefully pull that away to expose the inner workings of the door latch mechanisim. The rest of the procedure should become easy to figure out. I have not removed the exterior door handle itself; but it is a simple mechanism as I recall. Best of luck to you.
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Posted on Mar 04, 2009

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Their are two fuses that power this system. One is a 15 amp gauge fuse and the other one is a 30 amp main power fuse. You can also check the power main relay, your ignition switch, or i could possibly be a fault in the wiring

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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SOURCE: How to remove 94 Camry driver door panel

should be 3 screws in the handle, with caps over them, also 2 screws in the in the crease when you open door they are closest to the hinges and i believe there are 2 more on the side of the door opposite of the mirror side, they all have small screw covers over them so they are kind of hidden, then there are 2 to 3 pop ins in the bottom of the panel that you might have to pull out but they are on the inside of the panel, the door handle cover is a lil hard to get off you will have to mess with it alil but there arent any screws holding it on

the window may need an actuator

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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SOURCE: remove door panel for 2002 toyota camry

I was looking for similar and had just seen this.. Hope this helps..

http://www.bodyshopzone.com/archives/trim/door_panels/Toyota/Camry_2000_front/removal_f4.html

Posted on Apr 04, 2009

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Yes that whole plate needs to come off. Be careful as some of those torx heads are just for show and not actual screws. The door handle also needs to be removed. There are three screws for the handle, usually a torx head. The door panel will then unclip and with the window down you can push in and pull up gently on the upper door trim (hard plastic part) to release the door panel from the door.

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How do I remove the front driver side power window switch on a 2008 Buick Enclave



Armrest Door Pull

Remove Rubber Cover

Remove 10mm *****
The first step is to pry out the plastic trim plate behind the chrome colored door release handle using a small flathead screwdriver.Then remove the 10mm ***** behind the plate using a ratcheting wrench with an extension bar attached.
Next pry out the rubber cover at the bottom of the door pull located in the center of the arm rest. Use a Torx T-25 (star bit) screwdriver to remove the two screws.
Remove Torx T25 Screws

2 T-25 Torx & 1 10mm *****

Pry Up Arm Rest Panel
Use a flathead screwdriver to pry up the rear of the plastic arm rest panel. There is a plastic hook at the front of the panel, so only pry it up from the rear edge.
Lift Rear End First

Plastic Hook At Front of Panel

Power Window Connector
After you lift out the arm rest panel, you'll need to disconnect the power connector for the window and door lock switches.
Push Connector Release Tab

Power Connector Unplugged

Two More T25 Screws
Push on the release tab with a flathead screwdriver and pull out the power window / door lock connector.Use a Torx T25 screwdriver to remove the two screws located below the arm rest panel.
Remove T25 Torx Screws

Outer Edge of Panel

Push In Center of Fastener
Then move to the outer edge of the door panel and locate the two small round fasteners. Use a small screwdriver to pop in the center pins of the two fasteners.
Pull Out Plastic Rivet

Black Plastic Fastener Removed

Remove Lower Fastener
Pull out the two plastic rivet fasteners and set them aside in a safe place.
Pull Panel Away From Door

White Plastic Pop Rivets

Pull Off Sail Panel
Grab the door pull in the arm rest and tug it towards yourself to disengage the pop rivet friction fasteners that hold the panel to the door frame.Move to the top corner of the door panel and pry off the triangular "sail" panel. On some vehicles, the sail panel contains the tweeter speaker.
Lift Panel Off Door Lock

Pull Out Door Pull Cable
Lift the door panel off the door lock button and tilt the top of it out towards yourself.Use a pair of needle nose pliers to gently lift the metal ball at the end of the door opener cable out of the mechanism.
Disconnect the door cable from the back side of the door panel.
Door Pull Cable Removed

Disconnect Power Mirror
Then disconnect the power connector for the side view mirror by lifting up on the release tab. Slide the power connector off the plastic anchor on the metal door frame.
Slide Connector Off Anchor

Unlock Connector

Connector Detached
Look behind the door panel and locate the large wire connector with the pink lever lock. Swing the lever open to unlock the connector and separate it from the socket.


Door Panel Removed

Power Window Motor

10mm Bolts
Now the door panel can be completely removed by lifting it up and off the door frame.To replace the power window motor, remove the 10mm bolts.
Stock OEM Door Speaker

Remove 7mm *****
The stock "OEM" speaker is held in place by a single 7 mm *****. Remove it with a socket and ratcheting wrench.
Pry Off OEM Speaker

Speaker Removed

Disconnect Power Plug
If the speaker is stuck to the door frame, gently pry it off with a small flathead screwdriver.Disconnect the speaker's power plug by pressing the release tab with the small flathead screwdriver.
Fits 5.25", 6.5", 6.75"

Re-installing Door Panel
According to the Crutchfield website, the 2008 to 2012 Chevrolet Malibu's front door speakers can be replaced withaftermarket speakers in the following sizes: 5 1/4", 6 1/2" or 6 3/4" speakers with the use of a bracket.If you'd like to reduce road noise, make your car quieter and also improve the sound from your speakers, I'd recommend applying some Dynamat Sound Deadener on to the metal door frame.
Re-Attach To Anchor

Plug In Power Side View Mirror

Re-Insert Power Connector
To re-install the door panel, first hold the panel close to the door frame before re-connecting the large wire plug. Swing the pink lever closed to lock it in place.Slide the socket for the power side view mirror back on to its anchor and insert the power plug.
Lock Power Connector

Pink Lever Locked

Re-Insert Door Pull Cable Ball
Insert the metal ball at the end of the door opener cable back in to the door handle mechanism.Slide the black plastic cone part of the cable back into the slot in the door opener assembly.
Door Opener Cable Reinstalled

Hang Door Panel On Frame
Gently lower the door panel down on to the edge of the door frame with the door lock switch through the opening at the top.
Line Up White Plastic Fasteners

Push On Sail Panel

Push Door Panel In Place
Move to the bottom of the door panel and line up the white plastic pop rivet fasteners with the holes in the metal door frame.Push all around the door panel to re-insert the pop rivet fasteners.
Re-attach the sail panel at the top corner of the door frame.
Push Panel Flush Against Frame

Insert Side Edge Fasteners

Insert Larger Piece First
Next move to the side edge of the door panel and first re-insert the larger piece of the two fasteners. Then insert the smaller "pin" piece of the fastener into the middle of the larger piece.
Insert Small "Pin" Piece

Install Lower Edge Fastener

Tighten 2 T25 Torx Screws

Re-Attach Power Connector

Insert Front Hook First
Insert and tighten the two Torx T-25 screws located under the arm rest.Re-attach the power connector to the plastic arm rest panel.
First insert the hook at the front of the arm rest panel and then snap the rear end in place.
Pop Arm Rest Panel In Place

Tighten 2 T25 Screws

Replace Rubber Cover
Insert and tighten the two T25 Torx screws into the door pull cup. Then replace the rubber cover over the two screws.
Tighten 10mm Door Handle *****

Replace Door Handle Trim Plate

Malibu Door Panel Replaced
Replace the 10mm ***** that goes above and behind the door opener handle and tighten it. Pop in the plastic trim plate behind the door handle.

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2001 volvo v70 tailgate lock/unlock relay location. Tailgate not locking checked fuses, no sound from tailgate, however do get click sound from fuse area.


Check the wiring to the rear hatch. The cables break and cause a variety fo problems like yours. You will have to take the plastic cover off and expose the cables.

Mar 01, 2015 | 2001 Volvo V70

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How do I install the window motor?


Hello! My experience is on a 2001 XL-7, but I would suppose there are similarities.

In my experience, replacing the window motor requires also replacing the Bowden cables attached to it, at the very least. It is advisable to replace the whole unit -- motor, 2 cables, slider plate, curved metal guide channel. If only motor/cables are replaced, then the ball ends of the cables have to be carefully removed from the nylon housing where both the ends are positioned finally, making note of the holes through which the cables are threaded. (This would have to done away from the vehicle.) The replacement unit should be for the CORRECT LOCATION (e.g.: Front passenger-side).
Procedure (be prepared for a lot of grease/grime on your fingers and arms!):

DO MAKE SURE THE GLASS IS AT THE BOTTOM OF ITS TRAVEL.
(1) Remove the door handle and other fittings, and then the door inner cloth/plastic panel (gently popping out about 8 snap-in plastic studs or pins around the edge). Note fine differences in size between different fasteners.
(2) Carefully unplug the connectors for the lock and window controllers.
(3) Gently remove plastic liner(s). If there are sticky 'beads' all around, the liner(s) can be reattached to them later.
(4) Remove the screws/bolts that secure the glass to the mechanism.
Carefully remove the glass, tilting as necessary, through the window opening. You should have an assistant help you here, both of you wearing gloves. Store FAR AWAY!
(5) Unbolt the entire mechanism, noting the positions and sizes of the different fasteners. Remove the entire mechanism through the large(st) cut-out in the door's metal inner plate.
(6) Install the new mechanism. Installation is the steps-in-reverse of dismantling.

If the window mechanism became inoperational while the window-glass was in its uppermost position, it will still be possible to detach the inner panel, etc. But, ASSUMING YOU HAVE A COMPLETE REPLACEMENT UNIT AVAILABLE (the whole mechanism, including slider and curved metal channel), you would then have to reach inside the door with a cutter (the usual cutting pliers), find a section of the UPPER Bowden cable, and cut it. That would allow the glass and its supporting mechanism to come down, where the glass could be detached.

I hope the guidance above helps. Of course, the actual field conditions may be different, so please use your best judgement! GOOD LUCK, and PEACE!

Jul 06, 2014 | 2007 Suzuki XL-7

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How will i repair central locking in 99 toyota yaris on driver side


If all other locks work with the remote and the inside lock switch then the most likely cause is a stuck lock actuator on the driver's door, the door panel should be removed to check and replace it.

Feb 18, 2012 | Toyota Cars & Trucks

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Trying to remove rear door handle on chrysler lhs 99


Hello, to remove and replace the rear door try the following:

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery of your Chrysler LHS. You can accomplish this with an open end wrench, to prevent any injury or short in the electrical system as you are working on the door lock switch. Place the negative battery cable out of the way so it does not touch any metal parts.


2. Undo any screws that are holding the lower door panel to the door with a screwdriver. Unclip the plastic hold clips that are attached to the back of the panel by carefully pulling them away by hand.

3. Locate the electrical connector wires. These wires run behind the panel to the door arm rest and detach each wire connector by hand. Remember how the wires were attached so you can put them back the same way when it is time to reattach them.

4. Lower the door panel away from the door. Then, remove any screws holding the upper door panel in place. Remove the door handle pull cup that covers the door lock switch and door handle by carefully popping the cover off after you have removed the screws holding it in place.

5. Detach the upper door panel from the door. You can do this by pulling it away carefully from the plastic clips. Move the upper door panel out of the way and locate the door lock actuator switch. Remove the screws from the actuator switch that are holding it in place and disconnect the electrical wires attached to the back of the switch.

6. Replace the old door lock actuator switch with a new one. This replacement can occur by connecting the electrical wires to the back of the new switch and reattaching the switch to the door frame with screws. Put the upper door panel back in place, securing it to the door frame with plastic clips and screws.

7. Reattach the door handle pull cup to the upper door panel with screws. Then, put the lower door panel in place and reattach the electrical wires to the window switches underneath the armrest. Attach the lower door panel to the door frame with plastic clips and screws.

8. Attach the negative battery cable to the Chrysler LHS battery with the open end wrench.

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Jul 27, 2010 | 1999 Chrysler LHS

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How do I take off the door panel to replace a broken interior door handle


Door handles are fairly easy to replace, you may even be able to do it without removing the door panel. Look closely at the door handle, you will see a Philips head screw, remove this. Gently remove the faceplate to the handle. Behind the faceplate you will see another Philips head screw, (don't get the two mixed as they are slightly different in size) remove the second screw. Now heres where it gets a little tricky. The handle has to slide forward about a quarter of an inch before it can be tilted out enough to see the clips that retain linkage for the lock and latch, you can't get them mixed up because they are bent in opposit directions. You may need to use a pair of needle nose and a small screwdriver to work the clips up and out of the way so the link rods can be removed. Once you see how they come off it will be easier to replace. After replacing the handle and getting the clips back in place, position the handle back in place being careful to align the 3 slots that will lock it in place, then slide it back into position until you can see the hole for the first screw (which is the last one removed. Replace the screw, just don't tighten it to much, it only screws into plastic. Then work the cover back in place and replace the screw.
If you need to remove the panel, look the door over and find the 6, I think that's how many there are, screw covers, 2 on each end of the door liner and 2 under the door handle. The ones on the otter edge''s of the doors have a little plastic cover (about 1/4 inch in diameter). They pop out with a sharp knife or very small screwdriver. You might want to check along the bottom for additional screws I ma have forgotten. Once all are removed you can pry the door out at the bottomfirst, then gently work the panel back and forth to lift it until it clears the window section. That should do the job at this point. Good luck to you.

Jun 24, 2010 | 2001 Hyundai Elantra

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Door lock assembly


Toyota Corolla 1988-1997 Repair Guide Door Locks - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
(see Figure 1)
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the door panel and watershield. Remove the service hole cover.
  3. Disconnect the door outside opening linkage. Remove the two mounting bolts and remove the door handle if in need of replacement.
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Fig. 1: Power door lock control system component locations
  1. Disconnect the lock cylinder control linkage.
  2. Remove the lock knob and the child protector lock lever knob.
  3. Remove the lock assembly retaining screws and remove the door lock. If equipped with power locks, disconnect the electrical harness.
  4. To remove the lock cylinder, remove the lock cylinder retaining clip and pull the cylinder from the door.
To install:
  1. Coat all the door lock sliding surfaces with multi-purpose grease.
  2. Install the outside handle with the two retaining bolts, if removed.
  3. Install the door lock solenoid linkage to the door lock.
  4. Connect the link to the outside handle.
  5. Install the lock knob and the child protector lock lever knob.
  6. Install the door opening control link tighten the mounting bolts to 48 inch lbs. (5 Nm).
  7. Install the door lock cylinder control linkage.
  8. Install the door panel and watershield.
  9. Reconnect the negative battery cable.

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May 20, 2010 | 1991 Toyota Corolla

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Replacing bronken mirrorbody w/new one, have mirror on long cable


found this while looking to replace speakers:

DOOR WITH POWER LOCKS AND WINDOWS First remove the triangle piece in the top corner of the panel (piece closest to the outside mirror). This can be done with a plain screwdriver and just a little
prying and it will snap off. Second, remove the door lock inset, same screwdriver, little prying
and it snaps out. Next remove the cover inside the door handle, same screwdriver, pry and snaps out
(turn it upside down and slide it off. Now you will need to remove the cover that holds the window
and door lock buttons, same screwdriver and pry upwards just a little and should pop off. Ok now you
will need a small socket to take out three screws. One is inside the button panel you just took off,
the second is inside corner of the door arm, (the handle you grab to shut the door, look under it,,
see it yet, yeah thats it). The last screw in on the very bottom of the whole door panel, you will
have to get on your hands and knees to see this one. Now would be a good time to remove the door light on the corner, same screwdriver, pry from the red lens side outward, once out, remove the wire termial. Ok.... now grab the under side of the panel where that last screw was and lift upwards, apply a little more pressure till the panel pops upward about an inch. Now your door panel is loose, you can lift it off a little but you will need to remove the wire from the tweeter. The termial has a locking tab you need to press down to remove it.

May 15, 2010 | 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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How do you get the acuator out to replace?


Repair would be to replace and I have no direct knowledge of the 99 model but my 2001 wasn't so hard and I would guess that the 99 will be a similar replacement.

  • Remove the door panel, on the 2001 it's 2 screws located on the inside door handle, 2 on the bottom and one at the top near the mirror.

  • With that removed you take off the foam panel and expose the inside of the door.

  • The lock actuators are easy to find, they are attached to the lock rod. There is one electrical connector on it that is taken off by lifting the lock clip using a slot screwdriver then just pull the connector out.

  • The actuator itself is a bit odd to get out.
    To look at the new one it seemed to me that it would click in from the top but after doing the first one I saw that it actually SLIDES in from the direction of the outside of the door.
    I found a very thin narrow **** located where the striker hits the lock on the outside door jam and this goes directly to the side of the actuator. I fashioned a tool from a narrow putty knife then pushed it into the **** and then pushed onto the actuator releasing the little friction clip that you can see on the new actuator.

    You then have to push and push this whole thing towards the outside wall of the door which doesn't go too easily. On my passenger side i resorted to a long slot screwdriver to use as a lever to help slide the thing forward because it didn't want to budge.
    The good thing though is that the new ones slide right into place easily.

  • Another thing, the pin on the actuator that moves the lock-rod just sits inside the lock-rod, there is no mechanical attachment and it fairly loose so no need to worry about that part of it.


Another Procedure Write-up
  1. Remove the retainer screw from the door handle cover and remove.
  2. Remove the screw from the bottom left corner of the door panel.
  3. Pull the door panel away from the door, starting at the bottom (may need to start with door half open then close fully to remove). Lift up and off the door.
  4. Peel back the door insulation by working gently at edges .
  5. Remove 3 black screws from the face of the door latch mechanism.
  6. Disconnect the controller arm at the top of the door latch mechanism that connects to the outside door handle. The plastic connector will push up from the metal arm after the locking tabs are pushed in.
  7. Open the door half way and remove the 3 screws from the side of the door around the door latch.
  8. The door latch mechanism is now able to be removed out from the inside of the door. The black wire cables may need to be removed from some of the retaining clamps.
  9. The lock actuator can be removed. The actuator body will twist out of the spring clamp. Then the bar at the end of the actuator can be removed by turning

Hope helped with this (remember rated this help) Good luck.

Oct 23, 2009 | 2001 Ford Windstar

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Outside sliding door handle?


Yes. It is a difficult job, but not impossible. The hardest part is actually removing the interior door handle. Here are the steps.
  1. remove the interior door handle by pressing the door panel in and prying out the C-ring retainer clip
  2. remove the lock slide switch bezel with 1 screw, then insert a blade on the bottom left of the slider between the slider and bezel, and release the clip, the slide the bezel toward the rear of the vehicle and pull out
  3. carefully unclip the door panel around the lower edge and sides and lift the door panel UP and off
  4. remove the interior lock slide switch with 2 screws
  5. pull back the plastic vapor shield part way to expose the mechanism
  6. there is a cable that runs from the mechanism to the exterior handle, unclip it from the door frame
  7. there is a rod that drops down from the door handle to the mechanism, release the rod from the plastic clip
  8. locate a large (likely black phillips) screw next to the door handle on the EDGE of the door, remove it
  9. locate a 10mm screw on the inside behind the door handle, remove it
  10. locate the final 10mm screw behind the handle through an access hole, remove it (careful not to let it fall inside the door)
  11. the door handle will push out through the door part way- there is another C-clip securing the lock cylinder that will need to be removed, and the lock cylinder can be pushed into the door cavity
  12. pull the door handle through the outside of the door skin- the door handle assembly is still attached inside the door by the latch cable- the cable can be easily removed from the handle assembly to remove it completely
  13. you will likely find that the end of the door handle itself is broken off- don’t buy a new handle! Email me and I will show you my free and possibly better solution that will likely last the life of the vehicle dbonnell1972 at yahoo dot com
re-assembly is the reverse of the removal

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