how to remove wiring harness from front drivers/passenger door


Asked by Aug 01, 2014 at 10:27 PM about the 2003 Dodge Neon

Question type: General

how do removal the wiring harness from with in the door, and having a problem unplugging
it from the body as well

2 Answers

Justin Gilmore

first take the door panel off, then unclip the plug from the power locks and windows, (if equipped) next pull the boot off that is in the door jamb, there you'll find another plug. disconnect it and you should be able to pull the harness out of the door


what about from inside the door whrre its plugged in,

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