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P38A How To - Front Door Card Removal.....

Discussion in 'Technical Archive' started by Saint.V8, Oct 10, 2017.

By Saint.V8 on Oct 10, 2017 at 9:58 PM
  1. Saint.V8

    Saint.V8 Dyed-in-the-wool 100% RR Junkie

    Apr 27, 2008
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    Surrey - Near the middle, close to some green bits
    So, one of the minor issues with the new aquisition is the passanger door internal release handle doesn't work, so time for an investigation - also, there was a thread recently with a member asking how to remove the door card, so I thought I give a bit a How To to go with it!

    First remove the screw in the door pull rear plate and then slide the plate over the handle.
    Next, carefully pop the tweeter cover from the front quarter of the door, then unplug the tweeter wiring by pressing in the little locking tab and pop apart.

    Unscrew the screw hidden under the tweeter

    Unscrew the two screws from under the door pull

    Next, gently pop the door card off the poppers that holds it to the door, so may stay on the door, some on the card and some may even fall on the floor!

    Lift the door card up to clear the sill locking button and then off the door, remove the Mid range speaker wire before you move the door card too far!!

    Here is the internal door skin, you can see a couple of the blue poppers are still in the door, remove these and re-fix to the red clips on the door card before reattaching the door card.

    Here is the removed door card front side

    And the reverse side - note the missing blue poppers where the red clips are!

    Refit is the reverse, take care to line up the blue poppers with the receiving holes in the door skin then push firmly home.

    Replacing the tweeter cover, requires the lower tab on the tweeter cover to be inserted behind the door card, and then the cover to be pushed home against the door.

    Boom, done!
    Mark Piercy, Grrrrrr and PPP38vouge like this.
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Discussion in 'Technical Archive' started by Saint.V8, Oct 10, 2017.