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Old 12-01-2012, 10:40 PM   #1
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Driver door has be stuck for months and finally got open today but I realized I have a bad latch. Now door won't close. How do I change? Just 3 bolts or what?
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Only a few screwsand clips, but it is a huge pain in the a$$ to do. Pay close attention of how the rods are routed and where they connect to the latch.
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