Door panel fasteners need to be replaced on 1999 Plymouth breeze
Where is it loose?
If you mean the plastic fasteners, like bullet clips, or rubber things that go around the bottom and up the sides, they fit into slots in the heavy cardboard backing of the panel. You slide the old one over a bit and free it and slide the new one in. If the bottom is floppy, loose, or the sides, you just need 2 or 3 inches clearance to put new fasteners in. If you can get a good look at one, you will see which way they slide or are pushed over to remove them. There's about 6 or 8 along the bottom, but 3 well placed ones would hold it tight. If you can't get to them, though, or if you mean another fastener (I think there's only rather small screws and those plastic pins.) then you will have to take the panel off. First remove all screws, some may be hidden behind a speaker screen or a little square trim piece. Then slip a blade or thin screwdriver under the panel to pry out the plastic pins. Start at the bottom and work up the sides. When all are popped out, the panel should be loose. Lift out and up to clear the panel out of the window channel`. Pull all the electrical connectors you need to to get the panel free.
Well, good luck. Hope I've helped you some.
Jul 21, 2012 |
1999 Plymouth Breeze