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1999 Plymouth Breeze Door Mirror - Right LKQ - Platinum Plus

P311-2CCAC07    CH1321171  New

Qty:
$28.84
LKQ Door Mirror  Right
  • Power Assembly; Gloss Black; With Heated Glass
  • PASSENGER SIDE POWER DOOR MIRROR; WITH HEATED GLASS; GLOSS BLACK
  • Platinum Plus
  • FINISH
Brand: LKQ
Position: Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1999 - Plymouth Breeze Right
LKQ
2000 Plymouth Breeze Door Mirror - Right LKQ - Platinum Plus

P311-4486013    CH1321170  New

Qty:
$20.86
LKQ Door Mirror  Right
  • Manual Assembly; Gloss Black; Remote
  • PASSENGER SIDE MANUAL REMOTE DOOR MIRROR; GLOSS BLACK
  • Platinum Plus
Brand: LKQ
Position: Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2000 - Plymouth Breeze Right
LKQ
1998 Plymouth Breeze Door Mirror - Left LKQ - Platinum Plus

P311-186BB4E    CH1320170  New

Qty:
$20.86
LKQ Door Mirror  Left
  • Manual Assembly; Remote; Gloss Black
  • DRIVER SIDE MANUAL REMOTE DOOR MIRROR; GLOSS BLACK
  • Platinum Plus
Brand: LKQ
Position: Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1998 - Plymouth Breeze Left
LKQ
1999 Plymouth Voyager Door Mirror - Right LKQ - Platinum Plus

P311-589991A    CH1321141  New

Qty:
$32.89
LKQ Door Mirror  Right
  • Power Assembly; Paint To Match; With Heated Glass; Without Memory; Without Auto-Dimming Glass
  • PASSENGER SIDE POWER DOOR MIRROR; WITH HEATED GLASS; WITHOUT MEMORY;
  • Platinum Plus
  • WITHOUT AUTO DIMMING GLASS; PAINT TO MATCH
Brand: LKQ
Position: Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1999 - Plymouth Voyager Right
LKQ
1998 Plymouth Voyager Door Mirror - Left LKQ - Platinum Plus

P311-0261937    CH1320110  New

Qty:
$26.29
LKQ Door Mirror  Left
  • Manual Assembly; Paint To Match
  • DRIVER SIDE MANUAL DOOR MIRROR; PAINT TO MATCH
  • Platinum Plus
Brand: LKQ
Position: Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1998 - Plymouth Voyager Left
LKQ
1995 Plymouth Neon Door Mirror - Left LKQ - Platinum Plus

P311-502CFBB    CH1320134  New

Qty:
$33.21
LKQ Door Mirror  Left
  • Power Assembly; Paint To Match; Non-Foldaway Type; With Round Plug
  • DRIVER SIDE POWER DOOR MIRROR; NON-FOLDAWAY; WITH ROUND PLUG; PAINT
  • Platinum Plus
  • TO MATCH
Brand: LKQ
Position: Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1995 - Plymouth Neon Left
LKQ
1999 Plymouth Neon Door Mirror - Left LKQ - Platinum Plus

P311-19E2117    CH1320121  New

Qty:
$16.86
LKQ Door Mirror  Left
  • Manual Assembly; Paint To Match; Cable Adjust
  • DRIVER SIDE MANUAL; CABLE ADJUST; DOOR MIRROR; PAINT TO MATCH
  • Platinum Plus
Brand: LKQ
Position: Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1999 - Plymouth Neon Left
Dorman
2000 Plymouth Breeze Door Mirror - Right Dorman

P311-50D4059    955-087  New

3780011 , 2333-4657R , 46446802 , 60547C

Qty:
$29.99
Dorman Door Mirror  Right
  • ; Manual w/Remote Control
  • Product Attributes:
    • Adjustment Type: Manual
    • Attachment Type: Screws
    • Glass Color: Clear
    • Glass Shape: Rectangular
    • Grade Type: Regular
    • Housing Color: Black
    • Mirror Type: Non-powered Mirror
    • Package Contents: 1 Mirror Assembly
Brand: Dorman
Position: Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2000 - Plymouth Breeze Right
Dorman
1998 Plymouth Breeze Door Mirror - Left Dorman

P311-0DDE272    955-088  New

4646309 , 60546C , 2331-4658L , CH21EL , 3780032

Qty:
$36.72
Dorman Door Mirror  Left
  • ; Power w/Heat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Attachment Type: Screws
    • Connector Terminal Quantity: 6
    • Glass Color: Clear
    • Glass Shape: Rectangular
    • Grade Type: Regular
    • Housing Color: Black
    • Mirror Type: Powered Mirror
    • Package Contents: 1 Mirror Assembly
Brand: Dorman
Position: Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1998 - Plymouth Breeze Left
Dorman
1999 Plymouth Breeze Door Mirror - Right Dorman

P311-4F900A1    955-089  New

CH21ER , 4646308 , 2331-4658R , 3780031 , 60545C

Qty:
$41.07
Dorman Door Mirror  Right
  • ; Power w/Heat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Attachment Type: Screws
    • Connector Terminal Quantity: 6
    • Glass Color: Clear
    • Glass Shape: Rectangular
    • Grade Type: Regular
    • Housing Color: Black
    • Mirror Type: Powered Mirror
    • Mounting Hole Quantity: 3
    • Package Contents: 1 Mirror Assembly
Brand: Dorman
Position: Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1999 - Plymouth Breeze Right
Dorman
1997 Plymouth Neon Door Mirror - Left Dorman

P311-012C77C    955-113  New

4658889 , 4615531 , DG12L , 48096 , 4658873 , 2333-4249L , 60516C , 3750022

Qty:
$18.17
Dorman Door Mirror  Left
  • ; Manual Sail Mount Cable Control
  • Product Attributes:
    • Adjustment Type: Manual
    • Attachment Type: Screws
    • Glass Color: Clear
    • Glass Shape: Rectangular
    • Grade Type: Regular
    • Housing Color: Black
    • Mirror Type: Non-powered Mirror
    • Package Contents: 1 Mirror Assembly
Brand: Dorman
Position: Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1997 - Plymouth Neon Left
Dorman
1999 Plymouth Neon Door Mirror - Right Dorman

P311-431FFA7    955-114  New

4658872 , 2333-4249R , 48196 , 4615530 , 3750021 , 60515C , 4658888 , DG12R

Qty:
$18.17
Dorman Door Mirror  Right
  • ; Manual Sail Mount Cable Control
  • Product Attributes:
    • Adjustment Type: Manual
    • Attachment Type: Screws
    • Glass Color: Clear
    • Glass Shape: Rectangular
    • Grade Type: Regular
    • Housing Color: Black
    • Mirror Type: Non-powered Mirror
    • Package Contents: 1 Mirror Assembly
Brand: Dorman
Position: Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1999 - Plymouth Neon Right
Dorman
1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager Door Mirror - Left Dorman

P311-14CD8B5    955-257  New

3500222 , 60012C , MI-069 , 4675571 , 4675571AB , CH13EL , 46096 , 2332-4638L

Qty:
$49.03
Dorman Door Mirror  Left
  • ; Power w/Heat wo/Memory Excludes Auto Dimming
  • Product Attributes:
    • Attachment Type: Screws
    • Connector Terminal Quantity: 5
    • Glass Color: Clear
    • Glass Shape: Rectangular
    • Grade Type: Regular
    • Housing Color: Black
    • Mirror Type: Powered Mirror
    • Package Contents: 1 Mirror Assembly
Brand: Dorman
Position: Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1998 - Plymouth Grand Voyager Left
Dorman
1997 Plymouth Voyager Door Mirror - Right Dorman

P311-277729F    955-258  New

2332-4638R , 3500221 , 46196 , MI-068 , 4675570 , CH13ER , 60011C

Qty:
$49.03
Dorman Door Mirror  Right
  • ; Power w/Heat wo/Memory Excludes Auto Dimming
  • Product Attributes:
    • Attachment Type: Screws
    • Connector Terminal Quantity: 5
    • Glass Color: Clear
    • Glass Shape: Rectangular
    • Grade Type: Regular
    • Housing Color: Black
    • Mirror Type: Powered Mirror
    • Package Contents: 1 Mirror Assembly
Brand: Dorman
Position: Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1997 - Plymouth Voyager Right
Dorman
1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager Door Mirror - Left Dorman

P311-084C8A0    955-367  New

4675577 , CH13L , 3500212 , 2334-4233L , 47096 , 60010C

Qty:
$33.00
Dorman Door Mirror  Left
  • ; Manual
  • Product Attributes:
    • Adjustment Type: Manual
    • Attachment Type: Screws
    • Glass Color: Clear
    • Glass Shape: Rectangular
    • Grade Type: Regular
    • Housing Color: Black
    • Mirror Type: Non-powered Mirror
    • Package Contents: 1 Mirror Assembly
Brand: Dorman
Position: Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1998 - Plymouth Grand Voyager Left
Dorman
1997 Plymouth Voyager Door Mirror - Right Dorman

P311-31EA276    955-368  New

47196 , CH13R , 3500211 , 4675576 , 2334-4233R , 60009C

Qty:
$33.00
Dorman Door Mirror  Right
  • ; Manual
  • Product Attributes:
    • Adjustment Type: Manual
    • Attachment Type: Screws
    • Glass Color: Clear
    • Glass Shape: Rectangular
    • Grade Type: Regular
    • Housing Color: Black
    • Mirror Type: Non-powered Mirror
    • Package Contents: 1 Mirror Assembly
Brand: Dorman
Position: Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1997 - Plymouth Voyager Right
Dorman
2001 Plymouth Neon Door Mirror - Left Dorman

P311-42938B3    955-387  New

60542C , 4783561AF , 2334-5006L , 3750112 , 46248 , DG36L

Qty:
$24.74
Dorman Door Mirror  Left
  • ; Manual Cable Control
  • Product Attributes:
    • Adjustment Type: Manual
    • Attachment Type: Screws
    • Glass Color: Clear
    • Glass Shape: Rectangular
    • Grade Type: Regular
    • Housing Color: Black
    • Mirror Type: Non-powered Mirror
    • Package Contents: 1 Mirror Assembly
Brand: Dorman
Position: Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2001 - Plymouth Neon Left
Dorman
2001 Plymouth Neon Door Mirror - Right Dorman

P311-2E70995    955-388  New

3750111 , 2334-5006R , 46249 , 4783560AF , 60541C , DG36R

Qty:
$22.59
Dorman Door Mirror  Right
  • ; Manual Cable Control
  • Product Attributes:
    • Adjustment Type: Manual
    • Attachment Type: Screws
    • Glass Color: Clear
    • Glass Shape: Rectangular
    • Grade Type: Regular
    • Housing Color: Black
    • Mirror Type: Non-powered Mirror
    • Package Contents: 1 Mirror Assembly
Brand: Dorman
Position: Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2001 - Plymouth Neon Right
TYC Products
1999 Plymouth Breeze Door Mirror - Left TYC Products

P311-299CA84    3780032  New

955-088 , 4646309 , CH1320171 , 334-5406L3EB , CH21EL , 60546C

Qty:
$34.41
TYC Products Door Mirror  Left
  • TYC Door Mirror
  • ; California Proposition 65: WARNING - This product can expose you to chemicals including chromium (hexavalent compounds), which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov Heated: W/ HEAT Other Side: 3780031 Product Color: Pain to Match
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning - This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Chromium (hexavalent Compounds), Which Are Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer And Birth Defects Or Other Reproductive Harm. For More Information Go To Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    • Connector Type: 6 Heads 6 Pins
    • Heated: W/ Heat
    • Other Side: 3780031
    • Power: W/ Power
    • Product Color: Pain To Match
Brand: TYC Products
Position: Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1999 - Plymouth Breeze Left
TYC Products
1996 Plymouth Voyager Door Mirror - Left TYC Products

P311-29F9416    3500222  New

334-5407L3EB , CH13EL , 60527C , 955-257 , 4675571AB , CH1320141

Qty:
$45.96
TYC Products Door Mirror  Left
  • TYC Door Mirror
  • ; California Proposition 65: WARNING - This product can expose you to chemicals including chromium (hexavalent compounds), which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov Dimming: w/o Auto Dimming Heated: with Heat Memory: w/o Memory Other Side: 3500221 Product Color: Pain to Match
  • Product Attributes:
    • California Proposition 65: Warning - This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Chromium (hexavalent Compounds), Which Are Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer And Birth Defects Or Other Reproductive Harm. For More Information Go To Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    • Connector Type: 6 Heads 5 Pins
    • Dimming: W/o Auto Dimming
    • Heated: W/ Heat
    • Memory: W/o Memory
    • Other Side: 3500221
    • Power: W/ Power Remote
    • Product Color: Pain To Match
Brand: TYC Products
Position: Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1996 - Plymouth Voyager Left

Latest Plymouth Repair and Mirror Installation Advice

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Radiator Fluid Leaking

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Question From kingjim9 on Radiator Fluid Leaking

I have a 1994 Plymouth Acclaim and the Radiator Fluid started leaking about a day ago. Today the reserve resovior is completly empty, how do i check for leaks?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Fill it up at radiator first and start looking. Be prepared to catch the coolant if it is a real fast leak. Recovery tanks themselves can be the leak so you just have to look around. Catch this early will surely help to prevent any further damage,

T

Response From kingjim9

ok i found coolant to be dripping onto the hose connecting to the water pump, The problem is, i can't tell if its the hose or the waterpump thats leaking. How can i tell if its the water pump thats bad?

Response From way2old Top Rated Answer

Clean it off really good with something like carburetor cleaner. This dries quickly. Use a mirror to determine where the leak is coming from.

How do you get window handles off in the cold?

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Question From twix on How do you get window handles off in the cold?

I'm embarrassed to ask this....i can't get the thing off, it's below zero in my area.

I have to get at the door panel, some idiot nicked my mirror off and i need to undo the entire door panel to get at it ughhhh...

Response From Hammer Time

Hang on....... I've got to dig out the crystal ball to figure out what kind of car your driving.........

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Laugh - there's only 7 million different cars out there. If there's no screw or removable applique to expose one it's probably (HT - crystal ball working) a GM style with a clip unseen.

They look like this.............



You really need a special tool to push that out which of course will go flying out of sight so watch out for that.

Can buy cheap just the one tool for the specific car or just stop buy an auto glass place and have them just take it off for you in ten seconds flat.

Tool that does ones for GMs and some others looks like this..........

Pic wouldn't show - just ask...........



If you are just replacing a handle 'cause it's broken and many available at any parts outlets just get the glass place to remove old one and throw them a few bucks unless you want the tool or a kit of tools for that stuff,

T

Response From twix Top Rated Answer

ugh.. i thought they were all the same!

They can't even standardize a simple window handle?

1998 Plymouth Breeze

THANKS

Response From Hammer Time

You can do it without the tool.
Let me show you the towel trick.




Installing keyless entry systems?

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Question From Nonchalant_ on Installing keyless entry systems?

Hey.. I have a 98 Plymouth neon.. Has manual locks and windows. Not really concerned with the windows but I really want to make it so that I don't have to use my key everytime to unlock the door.. I'm mostly interested in doing this for the front doors. Back doors aren't as important but wouldn't mind if it doesn't cost more.

So with that, can someone lay down a step by step for me on how I could get this done?? Is it worth it?

Thanks

Response From Hammer Time

How do you expect non electric locks to open remotely?

If you want keyless entry, you just need to buy a car that already at least has power door locks and probably keyless entry too.

Response From Discretesignals

Is it worth it? That is really up to you.

Probably the easiest thing to do is to rob the parts out of a donor car that has the system. You'll have to convert to power door locks by changing the latch assemblies. Check out the Neon forums.

Response From Hammer Time

Change wiring harness for complete interior including all 4 doors and integrated RKE module???????????

You'd have an easier time building your own space shuttle.

Response From Discretesignals

From what I've read the door lock conversion is fairly simple. The key less entry can be aftermarket overlayed with the door lock conversion. The problem is finding a donor vehicle to rob the actuator, door harness, and door panel from.

Response From Hammer Time

So we're assuming the entire car is pre-wired for the entire circuit?

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Honestly, I don't know. From reading in the neon forum the people that have done the conversion state it's prewired for power locks after the door harnesses.


I recently switched out my two front doors (originally with manual locks, mirrors, and windows) on my 1995 Neon, with doors from a 1998 Neon (Which has power windows, locks, and mirrors). I plugged the two doors in, and my power mirrors, and locks work, however the power windows don't seem to work.

I have looked under the hood, and there is no specific relay for power windows, nor in the fuse box. I am wondering, how do I get power to my window motors, the hook ups are there, just no power?

If any further information needed, feel free to message or comment.

Thank you all in advance,

Response From greasy one

I had this done like 7 yrs ago on my Subaru. The place added a Viper alarm/starter system. They are not cheap and the bastages only gave me one remote, for my $350. There was an extra charge of $75 a door to add an actuator? I did the drivers door and back hatch only. Works great, still.

Response From re-tired

Simply buy a keyless entry kit .comes with eveything you need , including module and actuators


Heres one i've used

Power Door Locks & Power Lock Kits from Commando

Response From Nonchalant_

Thx for the replies.. especially re-tired

I'm going to look into finding a cheap keyless entry kit and just install it.. I'm not looking for anything fancy just something that works

I don't mind locking/unlocking my door manually (though i'd prefer having a keyless entry), but when i have passenger(s) they're too used to power locks and forget to lock their sides so I just wanted to see if there was a cheap solution to that.

Thx again..

Response From nicksteveson

Hey, are you really frustrated with such window? Which one model are you using?

As much as I know about cars and electronics parts of it, modern cars and latest versions have that feature inbuilt.

for parts & accessories, I will recommend you link deleted............. not allowed

Response From Hammer Time

As much as I know about cars and electronics parts of it, modern cars and latest versions have that feature inbuilt.

Please don't post advice that you are not experienced in.

You have made 3 posts so far and all 3 had to be either deleted, locked or edited.
Please read the rules before posting.

http://autoforums.carjunky.com/Automotive_Repair_C1/General_Discussions_F5/FORUM_RULES_%3D%3D%3D_READ_BEFORE_POSTING_P122809/

Response From Hammer Time

Simply buy a keyless entry kit .comes with eveything you need , including module and actuators


Heres one i've used

Power Door Locks & Power Lock Kits from Commando


I had a kit like that when I was a little kid............. They called it an "Erector set"

If I opened a car door and saw that, I would seal it back up and walk away.............................. Talk about Mickey Mouse.

Response From Discretesignals

What ever happened to putting your key into the door lock cylinder and turning it to lock and unlock the door?

Response From re-tired

Last time I saw someone Lock and unlock a car door with a key? Lemme think ,, oh yea now I remember...................


Response From Tom Greenleaf

"Has Manual locks and windows"

Be glad - at some age now that is just that much less to go wrong. If you are so troubled by a key get some other vehicle,

T

Electric pass door window/lock no longer work after remove driver door

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Question From metulburr on Electric pass door window/lock no longer work after remove driver door

I own a 1998 Plymouth Neon. It has electric locks and windows for only the front doors of the car.

The driver door frame around the lock got ripped, so i had to go to the junk yard to pull a new door. This new door is manual lock/window. Which i do not care about. The first thing i did is disconnect the battery before snipping the wires. After putting in the new door i put in the connector from the junk yard car. So there are NO loose wires floating inside around anywhere. These wires stop at the connection, which now only has the two wires for the door speaker coming out.

After swapping the door, i realized that the passenger door locks/window no longer work. I checked the fuses and the window/lock fuse is not burnt out.

So i am at a loss of why the passenger door auto window/locks no longer work after swapping the driver door?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Did you unplug the damaged door and still have it even if trashed? IDK - easy thing would be to plug it in to swapped over harness and just leave lock and window power tied away unused in the WRONG door.


Yes it can be figured out depending on how messed up wiring and switches for original driver's door are. Too late at the moment but would have waited for he correct door,


T

Response From metulburr Top Rated Answer

I didnt unplug the damaged door when cutting the wires. I removed the harness after that process. I do have the connection to the car, however i gave my door to the junk yard to get back a core charge. So i no longer have the door. If i knew that the driver door circuit needed to be complete for the passenger door to work i would of had it set up hanging next to this new door.

Now because i no longer have the old door, switches, etc. but i do have the connection with all the wires that i cut. Is there a way to connect these wires to complete the circuit?

I kept this connection

from the original door. Is there a way to connect these wires to complete at least the window circuit. I do not care about the door lock circuit, or electric mirror circuit? If so what color wires to splice together? Do i have to have the switches from the door to complete the circuit?
The wire colors are:
purple w/ white stripe
red w/ orange stripe
white w/ yellow stripe
green w/ dark green stripe (2 of these)
solid pink
pink w/ black stripe
solid yellow
brown w/ white stripe (larger wire)
pink w/ purple stripe
solid dark green
solid black (larger wire)
white w/ black stripe (2 of these)
orange w/ purple stripe
orange w/ black stripe
black w/ red stripe
solid peach (larger wire)
purple w/ white stripe (larger wire)

There are 4 larger gauge wires. So i am assuming one of these are the power feed and neutral? I am not sure if this is the only thing though?

I am going to at least try to hack this to work. I just dont want to start a fire or something guessing which wire goes to what to try to complete this circuit for the pass window.

PS I got the door 50% off day at the junk yard for 25 bucks. They had only this door left of a drivers side that would fit my car. I would much rather pay 25 for a manual door than pay the company or other junk yard for more money. IT is a beater car, but runs good. I dont care that i have the incorrect door. It is just for comfort to roll down the passenger window due to such heat in the summer.

Also thank you guys for responding. I never came across the idea that the driver door was so important in the circuits of the car.

I found wiring diagrams to this car, however its always to a section not for the door.

EDIT:
I found this
link deleted ............. not allowed
but it only shows the colors of the lock/unlock, not the windows.

Response From Discretesignals

Take the violet/white(larger), the brown/white, and the brown/violet (maybe black/violet if you cut after the splice) and connected them all together. That will provide a ground for the passenger window switch, so the motor will operate. MAKE sure the tan wire is secure and taped up. That wire is hot.

Response From metulburr

I do not see a brown/violet or a black/violet wire. The only other larger guage wires after violet/white, the brown/white is the solid tan (which i called peach) and solid black wire. I am assuming that they should all be the larger guage wires?

Even on the smaller gauge wires i do not see a brown/violet or a black/violet wire though.

Response From Discretesignals

The wires your dealing with are going to be the larger wires. The tan wire is the power feed for the master switch and the passenger switch. Don't connect the tan wire to anything and make sure it is taped up.



Response From Hammer Time

The passenger door gets it's power and ground from the driver's door. You can't just go cutting wires these days. There are 2 switches for the passenger door and they both need to be in the circuit.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

As HT said, driver's door rules the show.


Idea: Wherever you got that door maybe if this car is destined to be a hack job get the other manual door as well and trade in your good (if good) remaining door?


Best bet would be take that door back and go get the correct one,


T