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The door is about an hour away, so getting it is just a matter of getting there during the week. Maybe this Friday if I'm lucky. Am gone about 75% this month...
Anyway, Bill, thanks for the input on R&R. I figured it wouldn't be too hard, but my time is stretched thin and I'll only be home 2 days while my kid's car will be, so she may have to live with it until I get to it, as she's in Maine and I'm 3 hours away. Or I see about having someplace up her way do it and she takes the door back up to school with her. She'll just love that!
The boneyard sells the door without an interior panel or mirror, which is fine, as the ones on the car are fine. So (he says hopefully) getting at the wiring "should" be somewhat straightforward. Emphasis on "should!"
Why do I need to R&R the bolts? Where to get? Dealer?
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