Name : Mikel
Age : 42
Location : New Haven, CT
Joined : 2009-07-12
Post Count : 157
Merit : 2
|Subject: Pulling fenders and door Thu Aug 20, 2009 9:30 pm|| |
This Saturday I'll be going to my local junkyard to pull the fenders and doors off a Riviera. The fenders look a bit unusual, as I don't see any bolts in the door jamb area. I'm guessing those are accessible from the inner fender?
Pulling the door looks pretty straightforward, but how about the cabling? Is there a connector that will unplug the entire door forom the body?
Name : Rick
Location : Lancaster, MA
Joined : 2008-09-13
Post Count : 6227
Merit : 112
|Subject: Re: Pulling fenders and door Thu Aug 20, 2009 9:51 pm|| |
No electrical connector on our doors. Either need to disconnect everything from inside door panel or cut the main harness at the boot.
I don't know about the fender removal. Maybe someone else here has some experience with that.
Name : Randall
Location : North Carolina
Joined : 2007-01-16
Post Count : 2009
Merit : 87
|Subject: Re: Pulling fenders and door Sat Aug 22, 2009 7:23 am|| |
- Rickw wrote:
- Either need to disconnect everything from inside door panel or cut the main harness at the boot.
The fender is held on with bolts along the top edge, where the seal is for the hood, one of them is behind the hood hinge, a bolt behind the cornerlamp, and a retainer at the lower rear corner.
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