Put on gloves to protect your hands.
Take care not to scratch the door or related parts.
Raise the glass fully.
Remove the door panel.
Disconnect the power door lock actuator connector, then detach the harness clip.
Remove the plastic cover, as needed.
Inner handle removal
Detach the latch cable fastener (A) from the latch cable (B).
Disconnect the latch cable (A) from the lock knob (B).
Detach the inner handle cable fastener (A) from the inner handle cable (B).
Disconnect the inner handle cable (A) from the inner handle assembly (B).
Remove the bolt, and loosen the nut, then pull the rear lower channel (A) forward.
Disconnect the outer handle rod (A).
Remove the screws (B, C), then remove the latch (D) through the gap between the rear lower channel and the door.
NOTE: Take care not to bend the latch cable or the inner handle cable.
Remove the foam seals (A, B, C) from the latch protector (D) and the latch (E).
Remove the screws, then remove the latch protector (A).
Disconnect the latch cable (A) and the inner handle cable (B).
Install the cable in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:
Before reinstalling the latch protector, clean the latch and the latch protector surfaces with isopropyl alcohol where the new foam seals will be attached.
After reinstalling the latch protector to the latch, attach the new foam seals to the protector and the latch.
Make sure that the actuator connector is plugged in properly, and that the outer handle rod and the cables are connected securely.
Make sure the door locks and opens properly.
When reinstalling the door panel, make sure the plastic cover is installed properly and sealed around its outside perimeter to seal out water.
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