I need to remove the driver side door from a '93 mercury, and need to know where the wiring harness for the door electronics disconnects. I have removed the inside door panel, and the covers under the dash, and can see many wiring harnesses and connections, but I don't think any of them are for the door. In order for me to get a closer look in that area, I will need to unmount the parking brake assembly, and I really don't want to do that unless it is necessary.
Looking into the engine compartment, I see more harnesses, but they are all taped together when they go though the firewall. Is there an easy way to get this accomplished? I can't seem to figure it out.
Any assistance would be appreciated.
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Re: Mercury Grand Marquis '93 problem
It would be easier just to disconnect the components in the door and pull harness out of door.The harness is inside the black accordion rubber tube between door and body,just unsnap it at door then pull harness thru.
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Pop out the window buttons part of the armrest and disconnect the
wires. Do the same with the trunk and fuel door buttons. Pop out the
two little plastic/rubber whatever they are pieces out of the door pull
strap and remove those screws. There's another screw on the bottom edge
of the door and the outer edge by the reflector. Pop the bezel out from
around the door handle and there's another screw. Pull out and up on
the door panel. If you don't know your door code now would be a good
time to write down that 5-digit number on the lock control box. You
might not have to pop out the button panel or trunk/fuel buttons if you
can get your hands behind the panel and take the harnesses apart but
you a bad dude if u can.