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Having trouble installing F60 V CAM 716 GEO door handle. Push button lock is not releasing completely

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What would cause the rear door latch to work correctly when unlocked, yet when locked to completly release the door so it can open on it's own?


Make sure that the striker plate is adjusted right. Most have an adjustment you can set. you may need a special wrench.

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How to remove sliding door inside panel of Mazda MPV


1. Work with slider in open position. It helps if you are on a slight incline so that door stays in fully-open position and won't slam shut on your fingers.
2. Remove inner handles and door panel:
a) Inner handle. Remove the inner handle first. You can't see it too easily but a wire clip about the same thickness as a large paper clip holds the handle to its shaft. It's shaped like an upside down "U" so it needs to be pushed straight up. Press the panel outward around the handle and you can just see the clip. Use a small thin screwdriver to locate the bottom tips of the clip and push it up. You may have to alternate from side to side but it will pop off. Grab it with a pair of needlenose pliers if you have to. The door handle willl now slide off - just pull it towards you.
b) Power window switch. Remove power window button by squeezing hidden tabs along the sides of the button. Again, you may have to push the panel outward a little and pry the switch to see the tabs. Wiggle it a little and the button will release. Pull it out and unplug the wiring harness.
c) Door panel. There are several plastic buttons which hold the panel on at the bottom and up the sides. Use a plastic putty knife to get behind panel and pop it out of the holes.
3. Once all trim fasteners are released, grab the door panel at the bottom and pull straight up to release it at the top. You may have to give it a quick upward tug to get it to release. Push the power window button wires through the mounting hole. Look at the panel buttons to make sure that all of them came off with the panel. If not, remove the remaining ones from the door and put them in their respective slots on the door panel. (Trying to re-attach the panel without the buttons installed on the panel will be frustrating.)
4. Outer handle removal.
a) Unclip the handle lock button / bar by turning the small tab and pulling the bar out of its slot. Hard to describe here but you'll figure it out once you see it.
b) Remove three bolts which hold the handle on the door. Note that one bolt is accessible from the outside of the door along the front jamb.
Replace handle and reverse the steps above.

Notes: Check the locking mechanism and make sure the door opens and closes before you reassemble the panel. Remember to orient the inner handle the right way before you re-attach its spring clip. (I've attached it upside down and it won't work!!!) . Also, be sure to feed the power window wiring harness back through the mounting hole before putting the panel back on.

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I just installed last week with new included battery and twice since The push pad was non responsive. I play with it for a minute or so and then the number pad lights and sound comes back and door...


Assuming you've followed the installation directions accurately and do not have a mechanical bind within the lock or between the lock and strike plate (how does it operate when cycled with the door open?). Beyond that, I'd exchange the lock with a new one.

On this page you will find videos of how to install and how to program your lock:

http://consumer.schlage.com/Service-Support/Pages/InstructionandManuals.aspx

If all else fails, here is a link to the customer service contact page:

http://consumer.schlage.com/Service-Support/Pages/ContactUs.aspx

Good luck!

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How do i replace the manual window regulator on my 93 geo tracker. i have the replacement regulator. please explain in terms of someone who has never done this before. for starters: I tried removing the...


There is a sort of U shaped clip that is behind the fat round part of the handle where it meets the door panel. You will have to push the door panel back so you can see it. You can use a small screw driver to push this clip off. Once removed you can take off the door panel. The part you are going to change is the same part the handle was attached to. All you have to do is remove the bolts holding it to the door and and slide the rollers off of the rail at the bottom of the window. Don`t drop the window. Without the regulator it could drop to the bottom of the door and break. Install the new one the same way the old one came off. It is easier than it sounds.

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How to replace town and country door handle


Hi,

Follow instruction below:

Raise the window up completely. Remove the screws from the armrest using a screwdriver. Lift the window switch out of the door panel by prying up rear of the switch and the pulling the switch to the rear, dislodging it in the front. Lift it up and unplug the electrical connectors.

Insert the flathead screwdriver between the door panel and the door and pry out all the trim fasteners from the door on both sides and the bottom. Remove the panel. Peel the moisture barrier back exposing the rear of the door.

Push the door latch actuator rod retainer off the rod, releasing it from the door handle. Remove the two 10 mm nuts securing the outside door handle to the door. Pull the door handle out of the door.

Install the new door handle by holding it in place and installing and tightening the inside nuts. Insert the door latch rod into the door handle lever. Swing the retainer down and push its lock over the rod.

Place the moisture barrier back into place. Install the door panel and push all the trim fasteners into the holes in the door. Install the two screws into the armrest and tighten. Install the window switch by plugging in the electrical connectors. Push the window switch into the hole in the door panel and press the rear of the switch down to lock it in place.

Best regards.

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Volvo xc90 rear hatch door closed and won't open


Hold the hatch hard closed into its frame whilst pulling on the release handle. The mechanism on most cars consists a grab/release on the door and a simple metal hop at the bottom of the frame. Over time the hoop can become loose and move slightly inwards each time the door is shut. The door seal rubbers push back on the door surround putting a lot of tension against the grab/release mechanism preventing it from releasing. By pressing on the door and compressing the rubber surround you will take the pressure off the release mechanism and allow it to open when you pull on the handle. Once the door hatch is open, loosen the mounting bolts to the metal hoop and move it out about 10mm. Tighten the mounting bolts. Shut the door gently as a trial close and check for security of fit. If very slack, ease the hoop inwards a couple of millimetres. When happy, tighten the mounting bolts securely. draw around the hoop mount with indelible ink so if it moves in future you have early visual warning and can remount it easily

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How do I remove a door handle on a Geo prism 4-dr 1990 I want to maintenance the window roll-up mechanism on the driver's door..but I need to remove the door handle first...HELP!!!!


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1997 Geo Metro rear door won't open!


I have the same car, same problem. I've still not been able to fix it, despite taking the inside panels off the rear doors, checking the rods were seated, applying WD-40 to the lock mechanisms, and manually working the mechanism. Child locks are not engaged, but I tried putting them on and off too. Just won't open.

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ELECTRIC DOOR LOCKS ONLY LOCK SOME TIMES


if you hit the lock button a couple times, will it finally lock?

If so, then you will need to take door cover off and lube up the connectors as they probably got corroded.

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