First, remove the door's interior trim panel. This is held on by some screws, some plastic push pins, and some clips that just need a firm pull. Just remove all the screws and pins you can find, then experiment with pulling it off. Be careful not to put too much muscle into it, as you want to avoid cracking the plastic.
Once you have it off, you will see two rods leading to the rear of the door. These control the lock and latch mechanisms, and are attached to the latch with plastic clips that can be disconnected with your fingers.
After the latch is disconnected, remove the 3 torx screws that hold the latch to the doorframe, and the latch mechanism will drop free. If you do not have a torx bit that matches the screws, go buy one. Trying to use something else will just mangle the screws and make them harder to remove.
Installation is simply the reverse of removal. If you have a helper hold the latch in place while installing the screws, it makes things a lot easier. Be sure to test all the door functions before reinstalling the interior panel.
Sorry I don't know but go to a dodge dealer and they'l do it for you!
you pull UP on the handle to latch the door, may have to pull hard. Slamming may latch also but is not the correct way.
When you open the door, there is a sliding switch in the facing of the door itself, usually near the latch. There's usually a sticker near it telling which way is locked. When the child locks are activated, the door cannot be opened from the inside.
It is part of the latch.It is part of the latch.
get the instrution book
What is a door latch mhahahaha lol Joking! Answer: Replace it with duct tape
How do you replace the tail gate latch on a Ford f150
It is posted on a sticker under the hood on the top of the radiator saddle area usually to the left of the latch if you are facing the engine.
Replace the door latch.
you can usually open hood latch with a long screwdriver by going thru front grill, and pushing with end of screwdriver on the latch where the cable attaches. failing that, go to local fire dept. they have a special tool for opening hoods that will not do damage to vehicle but will get it open
I had this problem on a Chevy; the cable was broken and had to be replaced. Before I replaced it, I was able to crawl under the car and, using a screwdriver against the cable (near the hood latch), pushing against the cable with the screwdriver, the latch released.
With a Large Hammer
Do you mean the rear vent window?The sliding door,body side and quarter glass vent windows are done using same procedure.1.Remove upper trim moulding from around the glass. 2.Remove the screws holding llatch to glass.3. Separate glass from latch. 4. Remove nut covers and nuts holding glass hinge to window opening flange. 5. Separate glass from vehicle.
dodge truck broken hood latch
I have the same problem with my truck. What happens is the bottom door latch gets rusty and worn out and doesn't like to release. There are three torx bit screws on the bottom of the latch. Replace it and you should be good to go!
its built into the latch
To replace a hood latch on a 1995 F-150, the old hood latch will have to be cut out with a blow torch. The new hood latch will have to be welded in place. Securing with bolts after welding will make the hood latch stronger than that of the original.
Use pliers to pull cord or replace latch.
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door catches on a latch partly open how can it be repaired
You would need to remove the inside panel of the door first to unplug the electrical wiring to the door. Then there are bolts on the hinges you can remove to take the door off. When you install the new door you wil need to adjust it so the latch meets up with the door jam.
My 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan had a problem. The driver side power sliding side door stopped opening on its own. It would make all the right sounds and then unlatch the door, but not far enough so the door would open up and move back on its own. I put together a web page with a video of my problem and my repair. I ended up putting a new latch motor assembly in the door. You can definitely do it yourself and save a bunch of money. Visit my website. I have a walkthrough of the procedure. http://www.redhouseon7th.com/howto/2001CaravanDoorRepair/index.HTML I didn't have a problem with the controls, just the latch itself. Hope this is the right answer for you. -Mike
If the plastic part is broken, it can not be repaired. New latch is about $ 50.00.
Hi. I've had this problem with our van. You will have to remove the inside door panel. The rod going from the handle to the door latch has come loose. There is a plastic lock that holds the rod to the door latch. Your auto bodyshop should have this plastic lock. Good Luck
If the sliding door will not close on the 2005 Saturn Relay, look for something that is stuck in the door latch area. Also check the latch to see if it has come out of adjustment. The pin or hook might need to be adjusted or tightened.