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How do I remove the rear door handle assembly? I have loosened the screw and removed the small section but the handle itself wont release?? Car is a 2006 Suzuki Swift.

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SOURCE: How to repair Suzuki Forenza interior driver's door handle?

you answered your own question,ease the door panel with two screwdrivers ,one either side of the plastic clip and watch for the mastic

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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SOURCE: hyundai accent '02 inside door handle & Lock removal

Removing the door is very tricky, trust me on this. I ended up breaking it the first time, so please learn from my mistake.

1. Remove all visible screws: 2 at bottom of door, 3 on front near hinge, 1 on inside the door lever. You will need an average size phillips screwdriver to do this.

2. On the door handle itself, you will see two circles. Pop the front one out. You will need a LARGE size phillips screwdriver to do this.

3. Once screws are removed, take a (standard) flat-head screwdriver, preferable one with a large face, and pry the triangular piece of plastic (that covers the outside SIDE mirror) off. This will aide in puting the door panel back on...TRUST ME!!!

4. Take the same flat-head screwdriver, and pry behind the door lock (at the same time, push forward toward the door hinge). The assembly should pop out.

5. Gently pry the door panel from the door, making sure not to break any unnecessary pieces along the way. The door panel should be hanging by the window sill opening.

6. This is where it will get tricky. It is advised that you use help with this part: Angle the door panel at a 45 degree angle. AT THE SAME TIME, slightly bend and twist the door lock handle until it fits through the hole. You will see the 3 pegs the held it in the door from before. Also note: Be careful not to break the 2 poles that are attached to the lock.

7. After popping the lock through the hole, you should be able to lift the door upward, and off the sill. Repeat these steps in reverse order to re-attach door panel.

Be careful not to rip sound-deadening paper found on inside of door unless you intend to remove or replace it! Not only does it prevent dirt and moisture from entering your door (and possible rusting it from the inside out), but it makes your speakers sound better too!

-SportTunerFreak

**It is also recommended to put a tiny bead of silicone on the inside of the door panel to help suppress any rattling, and prevent moisture and dust from entering. It also helps your screws obtain a tighter fit. Hope this helps!

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: removing rear door liner to fit new handle

hi there undo the phillips screw inside the handle the gently slide the whole handle outer casing to the right about 1 cm, it will help if you push it into the door as you do it to give it a little bit of help the feed the whole mechanism through the hole in the panel hey presto!

Posted on May 04, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: 2003 ford windstar rear door will not open

Try getting lube down into the handle and into the latch from inside the back seat area of the car.. You will have to use straw.. If that dosent work try just popping top of inside door panel loose. You should be able to get your arm down in from there..

Posted on Jul 04, 2009

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SOURCE: how do i remove the outer rear door handle on a 07 audi Q7

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Remove plastic plug on the inside of door there is 10 mm hole use a hooked pick set pick put through the hole and pull the plastic cir clip towards the back of the door that will release the smaller part of the outer handle then the handle itself can be taken out.this is so simple but so deceiving the actual cir clip is hard to notice because of all the plastic **** on the inside backing plate the cir clip is just on the inside of hole look hard it is 2mm thick & 20mm high (black plastic) place point of pick in between backing plate & cir clip hook it and pull back the front door is based on the same principle but is a lot easier

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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Section 01-05: Trim, Interior 1998 Windstar Workshop Manual REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Procedure revision date: 01/22/1999 Trim Panel, Door Front
Removal
  1. Remove door latch cover by prying from top edge and pulling trim free of retaining clips and sliding trim away from latch.
  1. Remove portion of armrest containing door lock switch and window regulator control switch (14529) by pulling straight up.
  1. Remove rear view outside mirror mounting hole cover assembly by prying at top and pulling upward to release double-sided clip.


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    Item Part Number Description 1 23942 Front Door Trim Panel 2 56908-S58 Screw (1 Req'd), Right Door 56906-S58 Screw (1 Req'd), Left Door 3 18B978 Radio Speaker Grille Name Plate 4 56911-S58 Screw (1 Req'd) 5 17D720 Cover Assembly Rear View Outside Mirror Mounting Hole
  1. Remove screw attaching front door trim panel (23942) to front door (20124) under switch plate.
  1. Remove two screws located at bottom of front door trim panel.
  1. Disconnect the door lock switch (14028) and window regulator control switch electrical connectors.
  1. Remove door window regulator handle if equipped by unsnapping and pivoting away the handle cover from base to expose retaining screw. Remove screw from the door window regulator handle.
  1. Pull front door trim panel from the top to release hooks from front door .
  1. Remove front door trim panel.
Installation
  1. Replace any bent or damaged fasteners.
  1. Follow removal procedure in reverse order.
Body Side
Removal
  1. Remove door handle retaining clip by sliding a shop towel between handle and door trim. With tension on the cloth, pull one end of the cloth so it slides between the handle and the door trim. If handle does not come out, reverse direction.
  1. Unfasten 13 christmas tree fasteners using double-acting spring-loaded trim removal tool and pull body side trim panel from body side door.
  1. Remove forward and rearward mating sections from under window trim.
Installation
  1. Replace all christmas tree fasteners.
  1. Follow removal procedure in reverse order.
  1. For installation of handle, install clip to handle, then push handle onto shaft to snap in place.


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  1. Disconnect rear window defroster wires.
  1. Remove the liftgate window garnish moulding as described.
  1. Remove screws attaching liftgate handle to liftgate and liftgate inside trim panel.
  1. Using Rotunda Windshield and Moulding Trim Removal Kit 107-R0401 or equivalent, pry pushpins retaining liftgate trim from the liftgate.
  1. Remove liftgate trim.
Installation
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The left rear door window fell off the track. How do I remove the door panel to access it.


This is the complete procedure you stop when you see the problem.



1. REMOVE REAR DOOR INSIDE HANDLE BEZEL


(a) Remove the screw.


(b) Using a screwdriver with its tip taped, disengage the 2 claws A.


(c) Pull out the the rear door inside handle bezel in the direction indicated by the arrow, disengage the claw B, and remove the rear door inside handle bezel.


2. REMOVE DOOR PULL HANDLE


(a) Using a screwdriver wrapped with the protective tape, disengage the 2 clips and remove the door pull handle.


3. REMOVE REAR DOOR TRIM BOARD SUB-ASSEMBLY


(a) Remove the screw.


(b) Disengage the 7 clips.


(c) Disconnect the connector and pull up on the rear door trim board sub-assembly to remove it.


4. REMOVE REAR DOOR INSIDE HANDLE SUB-ASSEMBLY


(a) Remove the bolt.


(b) Disengage the 2 claws and separate the rear door inside handle sub-assembly.


(c) Disconnect the 2 cables and remove the rear door inside handle sub-assembly.


5. REMOVE REAR SPEAKER


6. REMOVE REAR DOOR SERVICE HOLE COVER


(a) Disconnect each connector and remove the rear door service hole cover.


HINT:


Remove the remaining tape on the door side.


7. REMOVE REAR DOOR GLASS RUN


(a) Connect the window regulator switch assembly.


(b) Fully lower the door glass.


(c) Remove the rear door glass run.


8. REMOVE REAR DOOR WINDOW DIVISION BAR SUB-ASSEMBLY


(a) Remove the 2 bolts, the screw and rear door window division bar sub-assembly.


9. REMOVE REAR DOOR QUARTER WINDOW GLASS


(a) Pull out the direction indicated by the arrow, remove the rear door quarter window glass and rear door quarter window weatherstrip as a unit.


10. REMOVE REAR DOOR QUARTER WINDOW WEATHERSTRIP


11. REMOVE REAR DOOR GLASS SUB-ASSEMBLY


(a) Remove the rear door glass sub-assembly as shown in the illustration.


(b) Disconnect the window regulator switch assembly.


12. REMOVE REAR DOOR WINDOW REGULATOR SUB-ASSEMBLY


(a) Disconnect the connector.


(b) Loosen the temporary bolt.


NOTICE:


If the temporary bolt is removed, the rear door window regulator may fall and become deformed.


(c) Remove the 3 bolts and the rear door window regulator sub-assembly and the power window regulator motor assembly rear as a unit.


(d) Remove the temporary bolt from the regulator.


13. REMOVE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY REAR


(a) Using a "torx" driver (T25), remove the 3 screws and power window regulator motor assembly rear.


14. REMOVE REAR DOOR LOCK ASSEMBLY


(a) Disconnect the connector.


(b) Remove the bolt.


(c) Using a "torx" socket wrench (T30), remove the 3 screws.


(d) Slide the rear door lock assembly downward, pull out the link from the outside handle frame, and remove the rear door lock assembly and cables as a unit.


(e) Remove the door wire harness packing.


(a) Using a "torx" socket wrench (T30), loosen the screw.


(b) Disengage the 2 claws and remove the rear door outside handle cover.


(a) Disengage the 2 claws and remove the rear door outside handle pad rear.


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Jan 03, 2011 | 2006 Toyota Highlander

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How to replace door handle on passager front side


Remove the interior door trim - Remove inner handle surround, slide out wood, remove screws including the one hiding under the rubber air trunking. Remove small middle section (inside pull-handle) to reveal cross head screw - remove. Also remove screw in red kerb light.

The window lift motor needs removing, but first use plenty of tape to hold the window to the top of the door frame to prevent the glass falling down.

Undo the four nuts that hold the lift motor (no need to unbolt the bottom channel runner).

Undo the connectors, and ease down and out the motor.

Remove the four Torx-headed bolts holding the window frame, and remove a fifth inside the door at the bottom of the front frame. (Don't worry - the frame will not drop down)

Force the frame up so that the window is clear of the weather seal (a bit of a struggle). Untape the glass, and remove. Remove frame. Remove the handle - first undo the cable/ rod connections. Unplug the handles electric's (cut cable ties). Remove 2 10mm bolts holding handle to door frame. Remove handle.

To refit - reverse procedure.

you may need to adjust the new handle

To adjust the door handles, you take off the door interior panel.

There's a little gray rectangle in the interior door handle. Push up and it will pop out revealing a screw. There's also a screw behind the puddle lamp (the little red lamp on the door interior, near the rear). It's sort of scary, but take a large flat head screwdriver, hold it horizontally, insert it in the crevice between the puddle lamp and the door and pry it off (be sure to hold your tongue in just the right position or you'll break the plastic).

After all the screws are out, just pull the door off gently from the edges, there are plastic 'clips' that hold the door on - not to worry, you'll see.

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Anyway, there are four screws on the bracket that hold the outside handle on.

I found that a pair of simple pliers was the best method for loosening them.

BE VERY CAREFUL NOT TO DROP THEM INTO THE DOOR ONCE THEY ARE LOOSENED!

Adjusting the turnbuckles is very important and they need to be adjusted to completely eliminate all free play from the external handles when the doors are closed but unlocked.

The standard Jaguar tool kit includes the right open jaw spanners to do the job. Other very small 8 & 7 mm open jaw spanners would also be OK. The front doors are no problem at all; the rears are difficult but possible.

The job can be made a little easier by buying a small 8 mm open jaw and heating and bending the shank about 30 degrees, as near as possible to the jaws and in the flat plane.



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The window lift motor needs removing, but first use plenty of tape to hold the window to the top of the door frame to prevent the glass falling down.

Undo the four nuts that hold the lift motor (no need to unbolt the bottom channel runner).

Undo the connectors, and ease down and out the motor.

Remove the four Torx-headed bolts holding the window frame, and remove a fifth inside the door at the bottom of the front frame. (Don't worry - the frame will not drop down)

Force the frame up so that the window is clear of the weather seal (a bit of a struggle). Untape the glass, and remove. Remove frame.

to adjust the handle

There's a little gray rectangle in the interior door handle. Push up and it will pop out revealing a screw. There's also a screw behind the puddle lamp (the little red lamp on the door interior, near the rear). It's sort of scary, but take a large flathead screwdriver, hold it horizontally, insert it in the crevice between the puddle lamp and the door and pry it off (be sure to hold your tongue in just the right position or you'll break the plastic).

After all the screws are out, just pull the door off gently from the edges, there are plastic 'clips' that hold the door on - not to worry, you'll see.

Inside the door you can see the door handle assembly. There is also a turnbuckle which can adjust the length of the arm that connects the door handle and the latch. The bad news is, you have to take the outside handle off to adjust this turnbuckle. It's more time consuming than it is difficult.

Anyway, there are four screws on the bracket that hold the outside handle on.

I found that a pair of simple pliers was the best method for loosening them.

BE VERY CAREFUL NOT TO DROP THEM INTO THE DOOR ONCE THEY ARE LOOSENED!

Adjusting the turnbuckles is very important and they need to be adjusted to completely eliminate all free play from the external handles when the doors are closed but unlocked.

The standard Jaguar tool kit includes the right open jaw spanners to do the job. Other very small 8 & 7 mm open jaw spanners would also be OK. The front doors are no problem at all; the rears are difficult but possible.

The job can be made a little easier by buying a small 8 mm open jaw and heating and bending the shank about 30 degrees, as near as possible to the jaws and in the flat plane.

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How do you remove the inside paneling to fix a broken door handle?


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  2. Carefully pry off the cap(s) in the armrest pocket, then remove the screw(s).
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  4. Using a suitable trim panel removal tool, unsnap the door panel from the door frame.
  5. Unplug the electrical connectors for the power windows, power mirror and courtesy light.
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  2. Carefully unsnap the rear of the speaker grill, lift and pull back to release it and remove the grille.
  3. Remove the panel mounting screws located around the perimeter of the speaker.
  4. Remove the cap and screw in the pull pocket of the armrest.
  5. Slide the pocket back slightly to release the front hook, then lift up, detach the electrical connectors and remove the pocket assembly.
  6. Using a suitable trim panel removal tool, unsnap the door panel from the door frame.
  7. Carefully lift the door panel up and away from the door frame slightly and disconnect the speaker connector.
  8. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.

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NOTE: The evaporator core is serviced as a core and housing assembly. The evaporator core, internal doors, seals and door linkage are included with the housing. Transfer the blower motor and wheel assembly, heater core and cover, dash panel seals and vacuum actuators to the new housing.
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Instrument Panel Removal
sxe~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif CAUTION: Electronic modules are sensitive to static electrical charges. If exposed to these charges, damage may result.
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    1. Release the cable conduit from the parking brake actuator.
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    1. Loosen the bolt.
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  1. Disconnect the LH inboard bulkhead electrical connector.
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  1. Position the instrument panel dash brace aside.
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    1. Position the instrument panel dash brace aside.
  1. Remove the RH instrument panel insulator (046A24).
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  1. Disconnect the vacuum harness connector.
  1. Disconnect the in-line electrical harness connector.
  1. Position the RH scuff plate aside.
  1. Remove the RH cowl trim panel.
  1. Disconnect the antenna in-line connector.
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    1. Lift upward to release the instrument panel defroster opening grille assembly from the instrument panel.
    1. Disconnect the two electrical connectors (one each side).
    1. Remove the instrument panel defroster opening grille assembly.
  1. Remove the instrument panel cowl top screws.
  1. Remove the RH instrument panel support to cowl side nut.
  1. Remove the LH instrument panel support to cowl side bolts.
  1. Loosen the LH instrument panel support to cowl side captive bolt.
  1. Position the instrument panel away from the cowl.
    • Disconnect the electronic air temperature control (EATC) hose from the heater plenum.
  1. NOTE: Two technicians are required to carry out this step.
    NOTE: Check the cowl top clips for damage, looseness, or stripped fasteners.
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Section 501-14A: Handles, Locks, Latches and Mechanisms 1997 F-150, F-250 Workshop Manual REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Latch, Rear Door — Upper Removal
  1. Remove the rear door trim panel; refer to Section 501-05 .
  1. Remove the rear door radio speaker.
    1. Remove the four radio speaker screws.
    1. Disconnect the electrical connector.
    1. Remove the rear door radio speaker.
  1. Carefully peel off the rear door watershield.
  1. Disconnect the upper rear door latch cable.
    1. Lift the clip.
    1. Pull to release the cable from its seated position.
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  1. Remove the upper rear door latch.
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Apr 14, 2009 | 1997 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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Rear door on driver side won't open,have taken the panel off the inside of car,seems like the lock won,t travelas far as it does on the other door.is there any way to open this door,thanks[1997 lincoln...


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Removal
  1. Using a small screwdriver, remove the screw cover from the armrest of rear door trim panel (27406).
  1. Remove the two retaining screws.
  1. Using Trim Pad Removing Tool from Rotunda Windshield and Moulding/Trim Removal Kit 107-R0401 or equivalent, pry rear door trim panel from door inner panel.
  1. Disconnect electrical connectors.
Installation
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Removal
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  1. Check all connections of remote control links and cables. Service as necessary.
  1. Remove remote control assembly.
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  1. Drill out rivet that attaches actuator motor to door.
  1. Remove latch assembly with actuator motor and door latch control rod lever link assembly.
Installation
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  1. Install latch with links and power lock actuator into door cavity.
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Exterior rear door handle on Honda Accord 2001


To Remove Door Panel on 2001 Honda Accord:

A: To remove the plastic piece with the door lock button and door handle connected to it:

1- Remove the screw in the middle located behind a plastic cover button
2- Push (slide) the whole assembly Forward (toward front of car)
Besides the screw, it is held in place by 3 hooks on the backside that hook into holes in the metal door frame
3- Now unhook handle from small metal bar going through door by pushing (toward door) plastic clip (blue?) off of the bar, then the bar will come out of the clip hole, thus releasing the handle.
4- Depress little grey button /bar (purple painted on it)on elec. connector to seperate connector, thus releasing door lock switch

Now the whole assembly (metal handle, door lock switch, and plastic piece) will come off door panel

B: The door is held on by 2-screws, 7-plastic snaps/plugs, and 1-plastic plug.

The screws are located: bottom of hand hold and the other behind the handle, both covered by little covers that have to be pryed off to access the screws.(hint: the screw with the built in spacer goes behind the handle when you are trying to reinstall)
The 7-plastic snaps: 3 across bottom and 2 on each side. Not visible, they are mounted to the inside of the panel.
The 1-plastic plug is visible at the upper front of the panel and is the same color as the surrounding trim


C: Take off the big plastic triangle piece above the door panel and behind the mirror. Pull/pry off. It has 2 snaps holding it on. one near bottom and one near the front.

D: Light lens prys off from bottom. Unscrew (1/4 turn) the light assembly with bulb still intact from backside of panel

E: Remove the Hand-Hold/window switch assembly:

Jan 14, 2009 | 1997 Toyota Camry

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