Question about 2004 Chrysler Crossfire
PASSENGER DOOR MIRROR
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to remove any screws that are in the vicinity if pull handles and door pockets. These screws will be under little covers that you need to prise off to get to their heads. The lock knob, if there is one there, will have to be screwed off and then carefully work your way around the door, freeing the panel's clips from their holes in the door frame. Finally the panel will probably have to be lifted out if the window slot (I take it that you have found all the screws around the edge of the panel and the latch release handle?) Disconnect any electrical plugs behind the panel. Under the panel you will find a plastic dust sheet that is stuck to the door frame, remove this carefully, you will have to replace it before replacing the panel.
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
Disconnect negative battery post for 30 seconds & reconnect. This action will reset the car's computor & remove the light.
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
most windows follow the same proceedure...
lok careful at the door pad you will see screws hidden by the inside handle (usualy 1 door opener handle) sum screws are hidden by caps / lil round covers that u pry up with a small pick tool (2 usualy by the inside pull /grab handle) sum you pry up the door switchs and can be hidden underneith) sum may be on the edges , if the lil trim panel that covers the mirror mount (may also have speaker in it )is in the way they usualy pull straight out. (clips on back) when you think all the screws are out grab the lower corner of the panel and give it a good yank this should start the panel coming off (behind you will see long plastic '1 inch ' pin type clips you may find six or 8 as you work the panel back/off) if at any point it feels like its not popping free STOP and look for a screw you missed or you will wreck the door panel!!!
power doors will have plugs the go into the switches sum realy **** to remove but careful study should reveal sum kind of release clip or tang you must lift or squeeze . set panel aside when you have it off. but keep the window switch handy you will have to plug it back in usualy twice to align the window holding screws so you can loosen or tighten them when you put the glass back in..that said the panelless door will have a plastic or foam "skin" on it carefuly peel it back ( i use a box cutter blade to cut the sticky stuff if it wont peel back easily, (sum people just cut it and tape it back on after ) this is the dust protector (keeps dust out of cabin of vehicle) once thats removed or folded out of the way plug the window switch in and run either up or down to expose the window hold bolts or clamps.IF REPLACING BROKEN GLASS now is the time to shop vac out all the glass !!!!! it will rattle in the door and drive you crazy if not .ALSO tack a small screwdriver and run it thru the window track that surrounds the door glass IF you leave glass it the track the window will break again and also makes real nasty grindy scratchy sounds. With the glass you buy from an auto wrecker (HELLO BEST PLACES FOR CAR PARTS GOING!!!) clean the glass then look at the opening where the glass goes in if the window "belt" moulding leaves only a small **** to insert the glass pull it up carefuly from one end to remove. dont bend it its not abuse friendly!! tip the glass narrowest end down , most from the outside , and slid it into the door shell,as you get farther in turn and work it into the window track !! dont drop it sometimes the regulator must be lowered down all the way to allow the glass to turn .. watch and set the glass into the holders (some glass has holes some have a track some have plastic tabs ) carefuly tighten either the bolts or clamp what ever style you see in your door!
make it snug but dont try to overtighten or you go back to shop vac !!
test window for up and down NOTE some doors the window trac extends down inside the door and must be loosend off or removed to accomodate the window going in.remember to install these back in if you have to remove them use the marks left by the screws to reset them back to propper fit test BEFORE you put it all back together.
if you are happy with your work .do the belt moulding ,replug things on or atleast pull wire thru the panel ,align the "pins" start at top edge and bang the panel back in (palm of hand punch) NOTE if sum pins stuck in door pry them out and fit them back into panel before putting it back on!! replace screws and you are done as you can tell i've done many door glass replacements most take me an hour to complete including shop vac broken glass off seat and floor n dash GOOD LUCK!!!!!
Posted on Feb 03, 2012
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When a headlight burns out on your Chrysler
Crossfire, you do not need to rush to the repair shop to have it
replaced. You can access the headlights in your Crossfire from within
the engine compartment, allowing you to change the headlight yourself.
The Crossfire uses an H7U headlight bulb, which you can find at auto
parts retail stores or at a Chrysler dealership.
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