Question about 2011 Toyota Yaris
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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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
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
I was looking for similar and had just seen this.. Hope this helps..
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
SOURCE: Door panel 1984 camaro
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.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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