Accessing the door speaker in a 1991 coupe deville.
The driver side window has seem to come off the track.i see clips holding the sides together, but i can't get the armrest to separate from the door. How do you get to the passenger door speaker in a 91 Coupe DeVille. Do you have to remove the arm rest or does the speaker cover remove separately? Thanks
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you take off the door panel by using a panel clip tool to pop the clips for the panel to come off also check for any screws holding the panel to the door by the inside door handle the bottoms of the panel once you get it off unplug the window door switches to move the panel out of the way but first lower the window track so you can see it remove the weather seal plastic and then when you can get to the track and the glass you'll see that there should be yellow circle clips that pop together to hold the glass with rivets I'm assuming the glass is broken and this might have come off and is in the bottom of the door use these for the new glass after drilling out the old rivets snap them together one on each side of the new glass and then put bolts and nuts on to tighten or use a rivet gun to the track reconnect the switches for door window power and raise the glass
I just replaced the window regulator in my deville.Mine was doing the same thing.I found the part online for 35.00.You have to take the door panel off and remove the regulator.That's the metal track that holds the window in place.Once you get inside you disconnect the motor and then the regulator.It is held on by three bolts.Unbolt it from the window (there is two bolts for that)and take out the regulator.Install the new one the same way you took it out and reconnect the motor.Test it before putting it back together.When you unbolt the window and take out the regulator be careful.The window will fall down into the door when you take the two bolts out that hold the window.It's good to have someone with you,but you can do it yourself.The hardest part is getting the door panel off.There is 8 or 9 clips around the door from the sides to the bottom.There are 2 screws in the armrest and one underneath the door handle.be patient and good luck.
You'll need to unbolt the tracks from the door. The window regulator and motor are often riveted to the door inner panel. There is no way of opening up the door. You just have to move stuff around to get it out.
Remove the window regulator handle with a pry tool or by removing the clip that retains it. This clip is tight and may be difficult to remove. To ease removal, make a tool out of an old wire hanger, take a length of the hanger and put a small hook shaped bend on the end. Use the tool to pull the clip off.
Remove the door handle trim plate.
On models equipped, remove the seat belt lap guide from the door panel.
Remove the screw from the arm rest pocket and carefully pry the pocket out. Remove the stereo speaker cover from the panel by prying out the beauty caps and unscrewing the phillips screws.
Pull the panel away from the door. The panel is retained by plastic clips, to ease removal use a trim removal tool (available at most auto parts stores). Try not to bend the panel to much when removing it or it will be damaged. On models equipped with power windows, disconnect the wiring from the switch before removing the panel completely.
Install the panel in position and reinstall all of the components removed. When positioning the panel, it will have to be pushed into place until the retaining clips catch.
There are a few screws that you have probaby missed inside the arm rest, underneath and on the end of the arm are lights he screws can only be accessed after you remome these light assemblies in the arm rest carfully pry the lamp assembly loose using a small screw driver or similiary tool and then you can reach the screws and remove the arm rest
You will have to remove the entire door cover. Remove any screws you can see, pop off the cover behind the door handle remove screws behind that, pop off the plastic that holds power window switches and unplug them, then you will have to pull the door panel upwards to remove.
there are clips holding the door panel around the edges. to remove the clips, use a small screwdriver to feel for them, then use another one to pull the panel on the other side. Pull outward from both sides of the clip until it comes loose. Do this repeatedly, and then loosen and remove the arm rest.
Pull the window up and have a helper hold it as you work it back into the track.
The "inertia switch" which shuts off fuel to the engine in the event of a collision or jolt on a 1991 through 1996 models, as well as on 1998 coupes, is located in the rear of the vehicle, near the right (passenger's side) strut tower. On sedan and coupe models, open the trunk and remove the right-sided trim panel. On sedan and coupe models, open the trunk and remove the right-side trim panel. On hatchback and wagon models, there may be an access door secured by clips. On some models you may need to remove the lower quarter trim panel on the right side, however it is easier to cut an access hole directly above the switch.
You'll need to remove screws that are by the door handle,
arm rest, under door and side of door and then gently pull back on the
panel as there will also be retaining clips attached and you don't want
to break them. You'll need to lift the door panel upwards in order to
get it off the window ledge. If needed, you can pull back the weather
(can't reuse it, but it's not that important) and you will be able to
access everything inside the door