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Replaced drivers side door

Just replaced driver's side door. the wires that were in this junk yard find have been cut. My wiring in my old door works just fine. Can I remove them and put them in this new door? how hard is this? till then is there anyway i can manually get the window down and let it down?

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  • yellowfeever Nov 05, 2008

    Not as hard as it seems, only took 1 1/2 from start to finish. and I had power to everything on first try!! thanks

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You can change the harness from the existing to the new yes . It's not very hard either. No there is no way to use the window in the meantime. If you attempt to force it you will damage the window regulator. I would confirm caution you to be patient installing the harness as the connectos can be a little tricky to undo.

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