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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Pull drivers rear door panel off
1. Remove door lock solenoid and plug it into another door to see if it works
2. If you can reach inside the door to the final mechanism that everything pushes on, push it yourself to see if it works
3. Also look on side of door for possible child saftey lock switch
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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Posted on Apr 11, 2009
Door panel is attached to door frame on the sides and bottom perimeter with push-in fasteners. There are screws that attach the arm rest/door pull to the frame , and also the panel trim around the door open/close handle.
Locate and remove all screws.
The perimeter of the panel is popped away from the door frame by inserting a flat blade screw driver between the panel and the frame.
There is a trim tool for this that works better than a screw driver. Pretty inexpensive from an auto parts store. Once the sides and bottom are free, the panel is lifted up to disengage it from the top portion of the frame where the panel is attached to the inside of the window trim.
Be careful not to pull or yank the panel too far out because of the wires that are attached to the inside of the panel.
Those plastic fasteners are replaceable, should any break when they are popped out (again, auto parts store carries these).
Hope this helps...
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
Take your current key and the new cylinder to a locksmith. The tunmblers will be replaced with ones that will match your key ridges.
You can try do-it-yourself, but it may not be as "strong" as having a smith do it.:
1. Insert your current key into the new cylinder.
2. File-down the tumblers that are sticking out.
3. File them down to the cylinder.
When you get your old cylinder out, put ypour key in it and you will see what I mean.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
The door is installed by holding it at a 45 degree angle and lowering
the top edge until it meets the window gap. It is snapped down then
simply swings into place. Then it is pressed together until the plastic
clips sap closed. After that the pieces like door handle, arm rest and speaker and grill cover are installed using screws. This is for both hard plastic and soft door panels. Just reverse this process.
Start by checking the arm rest. There should be several screws that attach it to the steel inner door panel. Depending on the door handle and if equipped, the speaker and cover.
Once your sure all that you have checked for all mounting screws then the next step it to pop the door panel off. The panels are attached using plastic clips that are attached to the panel. These clips will have a male type prong that snaps into a female receptacle on the steel inner door panel. Starting at the bottom place a wedge (like a scraper or wonderbar) between the gap of the panel and inner steel door and pry it apart. The best place to start is at the lower outside corner. Once you have a couple popped apart you can use your hand and pop the rest. Do this at the bottom and work your way across and up because the top lip where the panel and window gap meet are held differently. That section needs to be forced up.
Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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