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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Get a trim removal tool to use in pulling the door panel off. You will have to remove the screws under the arm rest as you find them. I would start at the bottom of the door and work up. You may want to assume that the work will progress better if the window is down before you begin. Mind the door handle as you remove things as the biggest complaint I've seen is that it fails to work right on the first try after getting things put back. Keep a magnet that has a telescoping arm handy to pick up things that fall to the bottom of the door. To remove window crank handles if you have them, put the trim tool behind the handle and engage the wire clip to remove it.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
Remove or disconnect the following:
Removing cover trim and nut
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
There should be screws hidden underneath the cover at the base of the mount for the wing mirrors - if you look around the cover, you should be able to pop it off and get at the screws.
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
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The headlights in a Mazda Miata are generally of two types. Some Miatas use the factory "flip up" style headlights, where a motor raises and lowers the headlight assembly out of the front bumper area. When this motor fails or when the headlights are not working properly, you'll need to replace the failed component. Replacement headlights are normally available from Mazda or from most auto parts stores if you need to replace the entire assembly. However, before you replace anything, you need to troubleshoot the problem. check for debris in the path and any loose or frayed wires.
Unfortunatly there is no adjustments, probably a weak motor.
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