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How do I remove the wires harness on the drivers side door I am replaceing a new door

Window is not working and door is rotting so I want to replace the whole door

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Remove inner door panel. Disconnected window, lock, and any other connection break the ties holding harness to door some connection may be inside door. I have done this many times.

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Detach the door wiring from the connector


This is a two person operation.

  1. Remove the two door check-to-body retaining screws.

WARNING

Cover the end of the check strap to prevent possible paint damage.


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