[DML] Re: Doors
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[DML] Re: Doors



Joey,
I should've showed you before I left.  But you take the top door 
panel off.  Open the window and start pulling the top of the panel 
off.  Watch out you don't break the "furr tree" connectors.  They 
pretty much hold the panel on.  Once you get it off, you can look 
down through I hole on the rear part os the doot and see the inside 
of the outside handle.  There is a cable hooked to it.  Follow it to 
where it connects somewhere near the middle of the door where there 
is a rocker lever with two rods hooked to it.  One rod operates the 
front latch of the door, and the other does the rear latch.  I 
believe Rich A. Referred to this moving part as the "tumbler."  Am I 
right Rich?  They way I saw your door acting, I believe you need to 
tighten up that cable.  On the tumbler where the cable connects, you 
will see a little nut and where the cable goes in is threaded.  
Loosen the nut and turn the cable like you would to take it 
completely out of where it connects.  Only do a litle bit at a time.  
It may only need a little adjustment.  Too loose, won't open.  Too 
tight and you'll end up like me stuck in my car.  I had to figure all 
that out while in there.  Let me know how it goes Joey.  

Matt
VIN: 2953

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Joey Morgan <jlm1701music@xxxx> wrote:
>
> 
> Hey Matt,
> 
> You have quite a bit of D door experience :) 
> My driver side door is having problems. It sometimes
> will not open from the outside. You said something
> this past Saturday at Bernies about adjusting it. Can
> you give me some details? I dont want to end up like
> you....locked in my D. Thanks.
> 
> Joey
> #6297
> 
> 
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