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Author Topic: Removing plug from driver's door motor  (Read 631 times)

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Re: Removing plug from driver's door motor
« Reply #15 on: 29 December 2018, 14:48:06 »

Pictures of the back would be more informative  :y
The first picture in this thread is of the back of the dodgy lock, though I cannot see how it helps.

My apologies for posting 3 identical pictures. Reason is on first posting the image was tiny, so I repeated the exercise - twice. Dropbox no longer supports Windows XP so now I struggle on my Windows 10 laptop, and am still learning.
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Re: Removing plug from driver's door motor
« Reply #16 on: 29 December 2018, 16:22:38 »

Possibly a striker plate issue rather than the lock judging by the wear...

Also amount of paint inside the door suggests a lot of previous repairs, not surprising given it's previous use...

Also highly likely that the seatbelt/clasp has been shut in it at some point too...
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Re: Removing plug from driver's door motor
« Reply #17 on: 29 December 2018, 16:31:14 »

By back I meant the other side to the ones shown we may be able to determine the cause from that side
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Re: Removing plug from driver's door motor
« Reply #18 on: 29 December 2018, 19:22:16 »

By back I meant the other side to the ones shown we may be able to determine the cause from that side
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Re: Removing plug from driver's door motor
« Reply #19 on: 29 December 2018, 19:31:55 »

Here's the back

I hope that helps.
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