Be careful never to yank any wires as you pull the… If it's the same as a 93 model then you will run into weak plastic clips on the back side of the plastic that the dash cover has in place. If its an extended cab the rears are 4 x 6 inch. Slide the back half of your window regulator back into the window track. Using a trim tool, pry out the bottom of the door. Remove the extension at the top of the door panel by prying out with a trim tool.
Reconnect the door lock as well as the door handle. Power is generated from a V-6 or diesel V-8 engine. We'll need to remove all of those with a socket and ratchet. Reinstall the door latch mechanism. Using your trim tool, pry up at the back of the power window switch.
Remove the two Phillips head screws inside of the armrest on the door. We're going to show you how to remove and replace your vehicle's door latch mechanism. To remove the bezel around the interior door handle, you need to kind of get in there with a trim tool or a flat blade screwdriver, and push down on the tab to release it. Using a T30 Torx socket and a ratchet, remove the three T-30 Torx bolts securing the latch mechanism into the door. Using the trim tool, pop out on the door reflector and remote the connector. Line up the plastic containers and push them all back into place.
Remove the tape that's holding your window up, and support the window from the bottom side, then carefully lower your window and allow it to rest on the bottom stop. Same thing with the lock rod down here. Pull out the handle rod. If none of this helps fit one to the + wires of your radio. There are three: one at the top, one at the bottom, and one on the side.
You'll also need to remove the 10 millimeter bolt on the backside of the door handle. You need to fish it out and around. Sounds like you have a capacitor problem. When I disconnect the map sensor runs rough and sometimes stalls and dies. Lift up on the glass in the door.
Reinstall the T30 Torx screws with your Torx bit and ratchet. I'm doing it the easy way that I found out on how to do it and there's hardly no videos on YouTube that does show you how to change out the rear speakers on these '88-'98 Chevy trucks with the extended cab. . Using a T30 Torx socket and a ratchet, remove the three T-30 Torx bolts securing the latch mechanism into the door. You can purchase most any speakers, but make sure they will fit the depth. Bring it all the way up, and use some painter's tape to secure it in the up position. Peace,The front speakers are located under the front dash panel.
You'll also need to unplug the window motor and the door speaker. But make sure to get the right size or they won't fit into the hole. And not just any speakers will fit same holes. Reconnect your door speaker and your window motor, and send the rest of your wiring harness back through the door. Once the back is in, slide forward and install the front part of the regulator into the glass as well. There are three: one at the top, one at the bottom, and one on the side.
Be cafeful not to break the panel clips then your panels will vibrate when the speakers are turned up. We have a ton more information on this and many other vehicles. There's also a small piece over in the corner. Reconnect your door speaker and your window motor, and send the rest of your wiring harness back through the door. Using a trim tool, pry out the bottom of the door.
Make sure that all the tabs and retainers go back in their appropriate places. To get… I recomend you turn off the car completely with the key off the ignition. Line it back up with its slots and reinstall the three T30 Torx screws. Disconnect the connector for your tweeter. We're going to show you how to remove and replace your vehicle's door latch mechanism. Reinstall the two Phillips head screws in the armrest.
Now I need to figure out how to remove the cushion segments! Disconnect the connector for your tweeter. Lock the clasp in for your reflector, courtesy light, and reinstall the ten 7 millimeter screws around the perimeter, as well as the one 10 millimeter. Using the trim tool, pop out on the door reflector and remote the connector. To replace the front speakers, you'll need to pry off the door panels at least enough so that you can get a screw driver in there. Lift up on the cover for the door lock actuator, and remove that connector. Reconnect the door latch rod, and reinstall the door handle into the vehicle. Peel off the inner water shield on the door.