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Adjusting the door latch

I adjusted my passenger door latch this weekend and wanted to post some photos that pick up where the Haynes manual leaves off.

This is a 86 with Power windows.

Follow the Haynes guide in taking the door apart.

Remove the 3 8mm bolts that hold on the black guard.





Reach down inside the door and unbolt the bottom of the window track:





Push the track out of the way slightly. It's attached at the top somehow, but it has some give to it.

I found that these access holes allow for the easy (well easier) attachment/detachment of the latching and lock mechinisms:

The latch:



The lock:




I hope that's useful to someone!
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What were the symptoms that you were trying to correct? My 87 passenger door seems to drop when I open the door and needs some alignment to correct. Is this what yours was doing?

Thanks for the help and sharing
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You had to squeeze the button with both hands to open the door from the outside. I think your problem is more severe.
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Wanna come over and adjust mine? It is on my "to do soon" list. Did you have to replace any parts?
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That's a freebie job. Costs $0.
Bring it by, we can knock it out in no time.
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