Question about 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse
I just did one on passenger door, roll window up, use 1/4" sockets, on door end, by door latch there is a 10mm, level with door handle, take off door panel inside, you'll see the window where its bolted, just behind that dip down shape of the window where it attaches, you'll see another 10mm bolt, take those 2 bolts out, remove the two extension rods, cliped on to handle lever, and lock cylinder, one on handle is white clip, one on cylinder is green clip, flip the snap part of clip away from rod, and slide rod out of clip hole, walla, pull handle out, unclip retainer clip from around slots holding cylinder into handle, and your done, p.s. try to reclip door handle rod into white clip before bolting back in to gain easier access to white clip and rod, green isnt as hard
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
Roll window all the way up then you will have to remove the door panel and there will be 2 10ml bolts on the inside along with 2 rods (door lock and inside handle) then there may be another bolt on door by the latch but cant remember for sure
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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