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Happy at last, finally found a replacement passenger door to sort out the badly repaired one. Is fitting DIY or body shop needed. Thanks
 

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DIY mate. Easy peasy. Just takes a bit of time to get the door height and locks right :)
 

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The door even has a nice twisty connector for the wiring. Does the new door have the same electrics btw? ie electric windows?
 

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Yup, and still intact, came from the same year. Just need to change door handle, I have a cool keyless one to fit.
 

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Easy peasy then mate. Just take your time as nothing looks worse than a wonky door :lol:
 
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i wouldn't bother with door handle, pass side is rarely used to lock/unlock the car
 
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if changing the glass be sure to drop the glass 2" or 3" to aid its removal later. To remove the door remove the two 10mm bolts, one facing upwards the other downward in the centre of the hinges. Open the two Torx40, thread is approx 40mm long, headed bolts for the check strap. Open the twisty connection. Place a rag between the door around the mirror area & the wing as this is the most likely area to get chipped. Door needs to be full opened outwards to remove it off the hinges.
 

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Thanks for that Lacken, going to take the mirror off any way, going to get both mounts powder coated, spending a bit of time and money getting the car up to scratch.
1 Just fitted Zender front and rear spoilers, and side skirts
2 Springs at front to be lowered.... Eibach's
3 Cailpers coated red
4 Genuine GTA headlamps
5 When all done car professionally detailed.
 
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