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Old 02-12-2004, 08:50 AM   #1
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ok i bought that door but the wires are cut(where that rubber boot is) well anyway can i take the wires out of my exsiting door and insert them in to the other door (i cant explain really well sorry if you dont understand) like the plugs for the mirior and window and trunk, door locks ???????????????????
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You mean take all the wires and harnesses out of your current door, and put them in the new one when you bolt in on? Yes.

make sure you align the gaps when you do it too, i bet the weather stripping on the door you have now is in better shape then the stuff that was sitting.
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Or you could just splice the existing wires together.
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You mean take all the wires and harnesses out of your current door, and put them in the new one when you bolt in on? Yes.

make sure you align the gaps when you do it too, i bet the weather stripping on the door you have now is in better shape then the stuff that was sitting.
thats exactly what i meant

as for spliceing i dont want to dont thats cuz of electrical failure is easy to come by (you know loos connections etc)
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as for spliceing i dont want to dont thats cuz of electrical failure is easy to come by (you know loos connections etc)
All the wires have one or more in-line connections that can be unplugged, so just follow each in one direction or the other and you'll come to a connector soon enough.
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