How is the door panel taken off to access the wiring harness 

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Comment by Anthony Boles on June 16, 2018 at 2:06pm
Thanks Russ
Comment by Russ Austin on June 16, 2018 at 10:46am

Depending on your model, the window switch pod of bezel, arm rests come off (see note below) The door unlock handle comes off, 3 screws on the bottom edge of the door card, the vent window crank, mirror stem knob comes off.  The lock knob unscrews.  Use a putty knife to pry the sides of the door card away. There are nail type pins holding the side in place.  The door card will lift up, and away from the top lip. Then bring the door card down and off the mirror post.

Note; depending on the model, series 62 or 60 63, the arm rest is different. Series 62 has a simple arm rest with 3 screws, and a switch pod with 2 screws for the plastic cover and 2 screws for the pod.

Others have a long arm rest and switch bezel built into one.  The switch faceplate will have a screw in the front and a screw in the back, under the door unlock lever. The back screw also holds in a chrome trim plate above the door unlock lever.

With the switch faceplate removed, remove the door unlock lever. Look for a screw that holds the plastic tab on the arm rest. It is by the door unlock lever.


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