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Look up from beneath the lower edge of the panel and used something dull like a butter knife to carefully pry the panel away from the door. You should then see the plastic buttons shaft that goes into holes in the door. These can be gently pried away from the door using needle nose pliers, or a special tool made for this. Next insure you have removed all screws in arm rests and door handles. Work your way around the panel edge popping out remaining plastic fasteners and then push up from bottom of panel to unhook top edge. If you break some of the plastic fasteners, parts stores have replacements.
1. Work with slider in open position. It helps if you are on a slight incline so
that door stays in fully-open position and won't slam shut on your fingers.
2. Remove inner handles and door panel: a) Inner handle. Remove the
inner handle first. You can't see it too easily but a wire clip about the same
thickness as a large paper clip holds the handle to its shaft. It's shaped like
an upside down "U" so it needs to be pushed straight up. Press the panel outward
around the handle and you can just see the clip. Use a small thin screwdriver to
locate the bottom tips of the clip and push it up. You may have to alternate
from side to side but it will pop off. Grab it with a pair of needlenose pliers
if you have to. The door handle willl now slide off - just pull it towards you.
b) Power window switch. Remove power window button by squeezing hidden tabs
along the sides of the button. Again, you may have to push the panel outward a
little and pry the switch to see the tabs. Wiggle it a little and the button
will release. Pull it out and unplug the wiring harness. c) Door panel.
There are several plastic buttons which hold the panel on at the bottom and up
the sides. Use a plastic putty knife to get behind panel and pop it out of the
holes. 3. Once all trim fasteners are released, grab the door panel at the
bottom and pull straight up to release it at the top. You may have to give it a
quick upward tug to get it to release. Push the power window button wires
through the mounting hole. Look at the panel buttons to make sure that all of
them came off with the panel. If not, remove the remaining ones from the door
and put them in their respective slots on the door panel. (Trying to re-attach
the panel without the buttons installed on the panel will be frustrating.)
4. Outer handle removal. a) Unclip the handle lock button / bar by
turning the small tab and pulling the bar out of its slot. Hard to describe here
but you'll figure it out once you see it. b) Remove three bolts which hold
the handle on the door. Note that one bolt is accessible from the outside of the
door along the front jamb. Replace handle and reverse the steps above.
Notes: Check the locking mechanism and make sure the door opens and
closes before you reassemble the panel. Remember to orient the inner handle the
right way before you re-attach its spring clip. (I've attached it upside down
and it won't work!!!) . Also, be sure to feed the power window wiring harness
back through the mounting hole before putting the panel back on.
To open the boot from the inside is very simple: Pull down the back seat. You will see a dull metal hook on top in the small space between the lock on the boot and the plastic cover of the boot. Push upwards and the door will open. The panel covering the back door is held in with clips and can be easily removed by pulling away from the wipr first and pulling the rest away clip by clip: You will not break anything no matter how hard you pull. To put the panel back on just push the clips back in to place.
First, Push the window button that corresponds with the window that is stuck. Slam the door. Jostles the bushings that probably have dried up grease. Then window begins to work again.
Second, try taking off the door panel. Once the door panel is off, connect a test light to the harness side of the connector and try the switch in both positions. If it lights up in both switch positions, circuit to motor is fine, and motor is the problem. Sometimes the motors can be fixed, sometimes not.
Yes. Your problem is inside of the door panel. I know this sounds stupid but the child lock is not activated if the vehicle is fitted with one is it. I'm just starting with the basics. If the lock button is moving up and down, then you problem could either be that one of the shafts have come of it mount or that the shaft connecting the solenoid (electric motor that pushes the button up and down) has slipped on the button shaft. This can make the button look like its working fine, but the solenoid is not pushing the button up far enough to release the lock. The sure fire way of curing this is to remove to interior door panel and take a look as you actuate the central locking. You will soon see what shafts are slipping or have fallen out of their sockets.
In the fuse panel located by the drivers side door on the dash is a red rest button.Push that button until the desired light starts flashing oil/tire pressure.Once the light starts flashing hold the reset down for about 10 seconds this should reset the light.
Do the following steps
1)With ignition key on. ( a shrt time after turning off engine) press the red reset button located in fuse panel , located on drivers side of dash panel. You can see the panel cover when drivers side door is open.
2) When the cange oil light starts to flash, press and hold the red button again.
the reset is complete when you hear the chimes and the oil light goes off.
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Detail Instructions from the owner's manual
1. Turn off engine
2. Prepare transmitter by erasing all three of the factory default
channels by holding down the two outside buttons until the red light
begins to flash. Release both buttons.
3. Hold the end of your hand-held transmitter (garage door
remote) against the Homelink transmitter keeping the red light within
the Homelink icon in view.
4. Using both hands push the hand-held transmitter button and
the deisre button to be programmed on the Homelink transmitter. Do not
release the buttons at this time.
5. Hold down both buttons until the red light on the universal
transmitter flashes, first slowly then rapidly. When the light flashes
rapidly, release both buttons.
To program the remaining two buttons, follow steps 3-5.