Question about 2000 Chrysler Sebring
Posted by Anonymous on
Like reference guide, check this procedure to Removal & Installation / Door Lock Motor...
The door lock motor is integral with the door latch. If the door lock motor is found to be defective, the entire door latch must be replaced.
Fig. Fastener location for the door lower trim panel
Fig. Remove the flag trim panel, door trim access cover, inside remote handle, and power door lock switch
Fig. Expanded view of the door lock, latch, and linkage
Fig. View of the door lock button, latch rod, lock rod, and door latch
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello, I can help you with this.
Look toward the front bottom and remove that screw, then there is one at the armrest. With power windows, use a small screwdriver and carefully pry up on the switch assembly and unplug the connectors. remove that triangle shaped plastic piece at the top of the door trim, it just comes straight out, ( use a small screwdriver or putty knife to gently pry it out from the edge ) , once you are sure you have found all the screws, start at the bottom of the panel and pry it out, when the fasteners are out lift the panel up.
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
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