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Mazda 6 Service Manual: Front door unit removal/installation

Mazda 6 Service Manual / Body / Door / Front door unit removal/installation

1. Remove the front door glass.

2. Remove the inner handle.

3. Remove the front door speaker.

4. Disconnect the power window motor connector, front door lock actuator connector, power outside mirror connector.

5. Remove the door harness from the front door unit.

6. Remove the bolts.


7. Remove the screw.

8. Remove the front door actuator hook from the front door unit.

9. Pull the front door unit slightly towards you, and while keeping the power window regulator from catching on the door, remove the door unit from the door.

10. Pull out the inner handle cable and door lock knob cable from the hole.

11. Remove the power window motor and power window regulator from the door unit.


12. Install in the reverse order of removal.

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