I reread my instructions and it is obviously not very clear. Use the Phillips head screwdriver to remove the two screws that are below the armrest panel and set them aside in a safe place. I'll get one soon I suppose. When I took my car to get serviced, other customers had the same issue with the door panel. Click the link below to go through its procedure and troubleshoot the problem:---- drivers side front door will not open from inside or outside? Once all of the fasteners along the bottom edge and both sides are free, you can carefully lift the door panel up and off the door frame. Tape off the open pigtail and secure to prevent rattling.
So far i have completed the A-pillars 1 B-pillar upper hatch trim center dash vent cover top of dash and all door panels. What you can do: 1. Its got a little body damage drivers quarter a few dents on the And now for what youve all been waiting for. The Versa is a four-door subcompact available in hatchback or sedan, with several trim and engine combinations. I appreciate your taking the time to do this. Installation Tips: o Guaranteed for a perfect fit o Factory tinted for exact match Tools and supplies needed for installation: All tools and supplies required for proper installation are listed below and available for purchase.
With a blunt tool, gently hit the inside door handle in a forward direction towards the door hinge. We've torn out its internals and are in the process of sanding it down now. Should be an easy fix once you can see whats happening with the door liner off. Its amazing how something so seemingly simple can cause problems. I called the Metro Nissan of Montclair service department and spoke to Fernando Alcaraz on Dec. There is a trim around the door handle and lock and unlike the sliding door, does not have a snap on trim to easy panel removal.
I tried prying on them a little bit however they did not move so I didnt force them. When all free of the plastic retainers, pull panel out from bottom and lift up and away from the window channel. I also wonder whether my local Nissan dealership can transplant my old door's perfectly working internals to the gutted new door, after it's painted of course. This one has gotten me stumped. Use a putty knife or screwdriver under the panel at bottom to pry the pins out. It's presumable that a shop could repair that, either by pulling the sheet metal out with suction cups or by opening it up and pounding it out from behind.
From the inside, remove the 8 screws holding the plastic on. Look armrest area, where the hands would be if you were closing the door. I found little areas that would have caused a small noise, but nothing that stopped the noise. Densetsu wrote:Have you taken it to a body shop for a repair quote? We've torn out its internals and are in the process of sanding it down now. I enclosed all the related paperwork associated with this issue for review.
He doesn't explain why you would want to do this, but if you feel compelled to, herein you will find the most detailed instructions you could ask for. Clearly this is not an isolated issue and should be looked into for a possible recall. It's presumable that a shop could repair that, either by pulling the sheet metal out with suction cups or by opening it up and pounding it out from behind. Work carefully all around trying not to break any of the plastic retainers although they can be replaced if broken. Test … the theory by applying pressure to the outside of the hatch back lock.
Jan 12, 2013 Inside the rear tail gate hatch should be a small access panel. At this time my car had over 58,000 miles. Can anybody do a how to maybe picture and video. Everything came off with minimal force. Hi, Re: 1995 Quest I can't figure out how to take the interior door panel off my passenger side door. The only thing left back there are the side panels and the roof panel. Wait the versa doesnt have one.
It could be a broken clip, spring, retainer or a little over centre mechanism that has seized up. . Over those years, I purchased 7 cars with Hondas for myself and my children. She explained if I went back to Metro Nissan of Montclair to get my car repaired, Nissan would refund me half of the repairs to the door panel and the dealership wouldn't charge me for any labor. In 2011, I was looking to buy a new car. I'm also wondering about shipping charges since it would be coming from Texas, after all. Mine was like a loose screw on the metal of the hatch door.
You will see 2 cables one is for the door lock. If anyone knows anything about that please don't be afraid to shout out, or give a link that I may have missed for this problem. And even my dad who has worked on cars for 40 years cant figure it out. The sheet metal on the hatch is bent in, but it's still in one piece. If there's a short circuit, often the extra pressure will close the open circuit. I also looked under the car for any loose shielding and suspension parts.
The only tools needed to detach the front door panels include a standard Phillips head screwdriver and a small flathead screwdriver. This Pathfinder also doesn't have a tow hitch while mine does, would that interfere with the bumper at all? I feel due to improper installation, a poor quality product, or simply a product defect caused the cracks in the door panel. Dec 31, 2011 First check all your fuses to see if you have a blown fuse. If anyone knows anything about that please don't be afraid to shout out, or give a link that I may have missed for this problem. I enclosed all the related paperwork associated with this issue for review. Goto a auto parts store and thay will have a cheep tool to help you.