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Old 02-27-2004, 07:33 PM   #1
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well it tryed mounting my car door and spliceing the wires togther i do not reccomend it to anyone cuz there is just to many ******* wires and some are the same color
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well it tryed mounting my car door and spliceing the wires togther i do not reccomend it to anyone cuz there is just to many f*** wires and some are the same color
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So, is it all working now?
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well everything works but i need to clean up the wires to make them look neat
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Ouch!! If I'd known you were going to splice I would have told you not to. I replaced a door on my ex'* 1993 Bonneville SLE about 2 years ago. I disconnected all the wiring connectors from the pl, pw, pm, and speakers. Pulled the wiring harness out through the boot, bolted up the new door, fished the harness back in a reconnected all the plugs. Disconnecting all the plugs, and pulling them out of the door was a piece of cake. Much easier than cutting, matching and splicing.
From start to finish I had it done in less than 45 minutes, and I only used hand tools. No power tools and I only had help to hold the door up when mounting the new one.
Sorry that I didn't tell you this sooner.
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well its at the shop i had my buddy looks things over and do some other things to the car so will see what happens
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