Pull the door panel off, remove the door latch assembly from inside the door, and replace the switch which is hold onto the latch with one screw on the backside of the latch.
Remove the screw under the door latch
Remove door panel and replace latch mechanism
The sensor is part of the door latch. You would have to remove the door pne and unplug the latch.
Start by removing the door panel for the effected door latch. The latch should have about 3 torx screws holding it in place. You also need to remove the outer door handle, and have to use a long thin torx bit to gain access to the screw. once the outer door handle is removed, then you can remove the door latch/lock assembly. depending on which door, you also might need to drill out a couple of rivets on the window regulator to be able to remove the latch.
You can change the door latch, on your 1995 Jeep grand Cherokee, by removing the latch retaining screws. Remove the latch rod. Reverse the process to install the new latch.
To fix the 300m latch, you will need to remove the inner door panel. After the door panel has been removed, then you can check the door latch components to determine what has broken and how to best repair it.
if your lucky you might can find a door latch at the junk yard. I got mine for $50. driver door. the door panel comes off. their is 2 or 3 torx screws that go into the door latch. remove those. this is a job for someone who can see with there hands and not there eyes. their are 3 or 4 rods connected to the door latch. remove them, the electrical connector and you can take the old one out.
ITS NOT EASY. MY EXPERENCE IS THAT YOU WILL ALMOST HAVE TO GUT THE DOOR. LOWER THE WINDOW REMOVE THE DOOR PANEL ( DISCONECT WIRING ) AND SET TO THE SIDE REMOVE SCREWS FROM METAL DOOR PANEL AND MINIPULATE IT OUT OF THE WINDOW TRACK (GOOD LUCK) REMOVE THE THREE TORX LATCH SCREWS FROM THE DOOR FACE (THEY HOLD THE LATCH IN THE DOOR) REMOVE THE TWO BOLTS THAT HOLD THE DOOR HANDEL IN PLACE (ONE INSIDE, ONE OUT) PRY CONECTING RODS OUT OF THEIR CLIPS (AGAIN GOOD LUCK) WITH ALL CONPONENTS LOSE YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO REMOVE THE LATCH A NEW LATCH IS ABOUT $60.00 BUCKS AND WILL HAVE NEW ROD CLIPS WITH IT, DEALER ITEM ONLY PLAN ONE BREAKING SOME OF YOUR PLASTIC DOOR PANEL STUDS SO PURSCHASE A FEW OF THEM WHEN YOU GET THE LATCH, THEY ALSO ARE DEALER ONLY
I assume that you are asking how to take the lock cylinder out? If yes: 1. With the window up remove the door panel. 2. Reach inside and loosen the latch to remove the lever that leads to the door latch. 3. There is a thin metal clip that holds the cylinder in place, it has a tab on it. Pull out on the tab to remove it, the door lock cylinder should now come out of the door. Reverse the process to reinstall. If you actually want to take off the door latch ask about that.
You have to remove the inside door panel to get access to the door handle nuts.
They are attached to the bottom of the door latch mechanism. You will need to remove the door panel to access it.
It is in the door latch. You need to replace those switches. There are two in the drivers door and one in the passengers door. Take the door panels off and remove door latch and replace swithes.
You will need to remove the screws in the door. They are located in the door handle, the door latch and at the very bottom of the panel. Once you remove the three screws pull the panel and it will pop out.
To open a stuck door on a 2000 Kia Sephia, remove the door panel and check the latch mechanism. It is likely to be bent. Better to replace the latch mechanism.
I have dealt with this problem before at our bodyshop. Basically, a spring inside the latch has broke, and now there is no way to release the latch, even by manually pulling on the release lever at the latch. Prepare to replace the latch, as it is not repairable. Be prepared to be working inside the car. To make it easier to work, unbolt the seat, and remove from the car. Remove the door panel, and also the door handle. You will have to chisel at the plastic part of the latch, and break it off bit by bit. Eventually you will be able to release the latch. good luck
1 disconnect (-) battery cable 2 remove door panel 3 remove speaker 4 unplug 'door open' warning switch 5 disconnect pigtail electrical connector for outside door lock illumination light (if u have that) 6 remove 2 retaining nuts for outside door handle and trim... lower the outside trim from door 7 unplug power door lock plunger and door handle illumination connector 8 remove 2 screws that hold the front door latch control and link to door 9 remove the three screws that hold the latch (on outside, around the v shaped cutout for pillar pin) 10 latch should come out by moving it forward and rotating the whole assembly out of the door (goggomobil)
Replace the door latch.
If the door latch on a 1999 Chevrolet Blazer is broken on the car frame, a new latch might have to be welded in. The old door latch will have to be cut out with a torch. If the latch is broken on the door, a new door might be cheaper than welding in a new latch.
Remove the screws on the inside door panel, use a screwdriver to activate the latch. If that can't be done, the lock can be drilled out and the linkage activated.
Can you get inside the car and remove the interior panel of the door that is stuck ? If you can remove that panel you will be able to manually pull the door catch (And then open the door and have the door latch fixed properly)
Start by removing the inner panel of the door after loosening the screws holding it. For non-power windows , take out the window handle and you should be able to see the latch. Unscrew the bolts holding it and remove.
My door latch also broke (small washer pressed on a rivet popped off). I had to remove the inner trim panel and peel away the plastic sheeting to access the door latch lock rods. A new door latch from GM cost me about $40 and I spent a half hour installing it. Hope this helps.
look inthe door jam of the door your working on. find the rivittward the bottom. remove the door panel, and unplug the door lockmotor. drill out the rivit and remove the motor by lifting forward and watching the hook sliding it from the door latch assembly.
remove plastic covers on the ends of the handle...under those there are 2 bolts...remove them...i think they are 10mm...then remove the cover behind the door latch(used to open door)...inside, beside the latch...there is another 10mm bolt. remove it. pry out the window control switch from the front. pull it out. unplug the switch from the wiring harness. grab the handle of the door, then pull upward.