Door panels have to come off when fixing power windows, power seat switches and wiring, door check straps, door latches and locks, and clearing drains. Lubrication is a key factor in preventing premature failure on a number of interior door components. You have to remove the panel to lubricate! If you own a 126 or any chassis for that matter, you can not ignore your doors and door panels.
In this video Kent explains the why and the how by covering the step-by-step procedures for removing both the front and rear doors without damaging them or the components connected to them. Tools and supplies needed are discussed. This is a highly detailed video that should guarantee success even for the beginning D.I.Y. mechanic.
Related Repair Details NOT included: No repairs mentioned once the door panels are off.
Chassis/Models Used in Production: 1986 300SDL
Applies to the Following Chassis/Models: W126 Chassis Sedan Only
Total Run Time: 13:58 Minutes
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