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    Door Removal Question

    hi,I will be changing the doors soon,and wondered which would be the best way to go about the wiring loom.The replacement doors have had the wiring removed,so is it easier to remove the door and leave the loom attached to the car,or unplug the loom in the footwell and remove from the door one off?

    thanks in advance

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    I'd take loom off the car still on the door then swap everything over whilst off the car !
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    guessing its a front door?
    if so pull it out of existing door and leave it hanging untill you loosly fit new one then put through
    its a right pain to undo all the plugs in footwell and feed them out then back in
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    thanks for the replies.

    it's all 4 doors that I am changing.I think I'll leave the wiring attached to the car.

    tony

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    Ive recently changed all 4 doors and i left wiring attached to car. A very simple job actually

 

 

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