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Old 05-03-2014, 03:39 PM   #1
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Where in the world can you unplug the writing harness going to the passenger door do you can remove the door??
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peel off the door and unpin it from there. It is easier then fishing under the kick panel and removing the e brake bracket.
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Well I got the drivers door off... misc wires going here and there... would be nice if they could have made 1 plug to disconnect the door. Suppose taking doors off isn't something everyone does though.
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