Question about 1994 Dodge Caravan
I have a 1994 Grand Caravan and have done this several times.
1. Disconnect Negative side of Battery.
2. Remove all screws.
a. There are screw covers to remove first before
gaining access to the screws. I use a pick
b. One in recess of the door arm rest. Round
c. One is behind the door latch release. Pull/Hold
open to gain access. Then remove the cover
d. Two are located on the Map pocket. Round
e. One is located up near the side mirror.
f. One is located on the upper portion on the door
handle. It has a square cover.
3. Pry up and out the window/mirror adjustment cover and unplug the connection.
4. Use a wide flat screw driver to carefully pry on the bottom then side edges of the trim panel to "pop" the retainers out of the door.
5. Once all retainers have been freed: Lift up the door trim up off the upper ledge.
6. Peel back (but do not entirely remove) the rubber/plastic watershield cover.
7. Disconnect all wire connections to the door trim.
8. Pry off the plastic retaining clip to the door handle metal bar and remove the "L" bar out of the plastic connector.
9. Set the Trim Panel off to the side.
10. Remove all wire holders from the door.
11. Move the wires inside and towards the front lower access hole.
12. Peel back the rubber wire guard between the door and the A-pillar frame.
13. Pull out as much wire as possible out of the door and let hang..
14. While someone else is supporting the door: (If no one can help: with the door fully open: use a jack and block of wood to support the bottom outer edge of the door
a. I use a Breaker Bar or long Wrench
Extention and Hammer or Mallet.
b. Tap Up the Bottom Hinge Pin first.
c. I also use a flat Screw to tap up the Pin Head.
d. Remove the Bottom Door Hinge Pin.
e. Remove the Upper Hinge Pin the same way.
f. Make sure the Door is being held in place.
15. Remove any left over wires out from the door.
16. Carefully move the door away from the hinges.
If you have not replaced the Hinge Pins, and Guides, now would be a good time to do it!!
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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