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Seats
Replacement
NOTE:
• Before removing the seat, move the seat until you
can see its mounting bolts and seat mount cover
caps.
• Take care not to scratch the seat cover, interior trim,
dashboard and center armrest.
• On reassembly, replace the lower anchor bolt ( * ) and
use liquid thread lock.
1. Pry out the seat mount cover caps.
2. Remove the seat mounting bolts, then remove the
seat and disconnect the connector.
3. Pry out the cap, and remove the seat belt lower
anchor bolt. Remove the seat.
SEAT MOUNTING BOLTS
10 x 1.25 mm
40 N-m (4.0 kg-m, 29 Ib-ft)
CONNECTOR
SEAT MOUNT
COVER CAP
SEAT
SEAT MOUNTING
BOLTS
10 x 1.25 mm
40 N-m (4.0 kg-m,
29 Ib-ft)
SEAT BELT
LOWER ANCHOR
BOLT
7/16-20 UNF
33 N-m (3.3 kg-m,
24 Ib-ft)
If necessary, remove the power slide cable, power
seat switch and seat mount cover. OUTER SLIDEBOX GEAR
CLIP
Pry here.
HOOK
Pry here.
POWER SLIDE CABLE
NOTE: Take care not to
bend the cable.
4. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
POWER SEAT
SWITCH
Disconnect the connectors.
NOTE: Apply grease to the inner and outer slide
box gears.
INNER SLIDE
BOX GEAR
SEAT MOUNT COVER
CORROSION RESISTANT BOLT
CAP

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Center Armrest
Replacement
CAUTION: When removing the center armrest inner panel, wrap the flat tip screwdriver with protective tape or a shop
towel to prevent damage.
NOTE: Take care not to scratch the center armrest, dashboard and rear center trim panel.
Disassemble in numbered sequence.
CENTER ARMREST
INNER PANEL
Open the Lid.
INNER BOX
Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
CENTER ARMREST
INNER PANEL
CENTER ARMREST
Remove the center armrest
by lifting it up.
FRONT TOP
PAD
FRONT COVER
CUP HOLDER
ARMREST
TRAY
ARMREST
LOWER TRAY
Disassembly:
INNER PANEL
REAR TOP
PAD
REAR COVER
BASE
BASE

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Doors
Moldings Removal
NOTE: Lower the glass fully.
Remove: (see pages 20-7(’93-’96),6(’91-’92),
8(’93-’96),7(’91-’92)
Trim plate Sash covers
Inside door handle Door panel
Inner molding:
NOTE: Pry the clips out using a flat tip
screwdriver, then pull up the inner molding.
INNER MOLDING
CLIP
INNER MOLDING
Outer molding:
NOTE:
Remove the front sash panel (see page 20-9
(’93-’96),8(’91-’92) and mounting screw.
Starting at the front, release the clips, and lift
and slide the outer molding forward.
SHOP TOWEL
CLIP (6)
FRONT SASH
PANEL
CLIP OUTER
MOLDING
MOUNTING
SCREWOUTER
MOLDING
REAR SASH
STABILIZERS
OUTER
MOLDING
Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
NOTE:
Before installing, set the clips onto the moldings.
If necessary, replace any damaged clips.
: CORROSION RESISTANT SCREW
Door Removal
1. Lower the glass fully.
2. Remove the seat (see page 20-39(’93-’96),38(’91-’92)
3. Disconnect the connectors.
4. Remove the door by removing the door mounting
bolts and detent rod pin, and by pulling out the wire
harness.
CAUTION: Place a shop towel or rubber pad on the
jack to prevent damage to the door.
NOTE: Let an assistant hold the door.
Lower the glass.
DOOR
JACK SHOP TOWEL/
RUBBER PAD
DOOR MOUNTING
BOLTS
8 x 1.25 mm
30 N·m (3.0 kg-m,
22 Ib-ft)
CONNECTORS
WIRE HARNESS
DETENT ROD
PIN
5. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
NOTE: Adjust the door position (see page 20-19).
(’93-’96),18(’91-’92)
: CORROSION RESISTANT BOLT

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Windshield
Installation
1. Scrape the old adhesive smooth with a knife to a
thickness of about 2 mm (0.08 in) on the bonding
surface around the entire windshield flange.
NOTE:
• Do not scrape down to the painted surface of
the body; damaged paint will interfere with pro-
per bonding.
• Remove all traces of the lower spacer material
from the body.
• Mask off surrounding surfaces before painting.
2. Clean the body bonding surface with a sponge
dampened in alcohol.
NOTE: After cleaning, keep oil, grease or water
from getting on the surface.
3. If the old windshield is to be reinstalled, use a putty
knife to scrape off all traces of old adhesive, then
clean the windshield surface with alcohol where
new adhesive is to be applied.
NOTE: Make sure the bonding surface is kept free
of water, oil and grease.
CAUTION: Avoid setting the windshield on its
edges; small chips may later develop into cracks.
Clean the shadowed
area.
WINDSHIELD
4. Glue the lower spacers and defrost panel seals in
place as shown.
LOWER SPACER
400 mm
(15.7 in) 400 mm
(15.7 in)
DEFROST PANEL VEHICLE
SEALS IDENTIFICATION
NUMBER
PLATE
5. Set the windshield upright on the lower spacers,
then center it in the opening. Make alignment marks
by marking lines across the windshield and body with
a grease pencil at the four points shown.
ALIGNMENT MARKS
WINDSHIELD
LOWER SPACERS

6. Glue the rubber dam to the inside face of the wind-
shield, as shown, to contain the adhesive during
installation.
NOTE: Be careful not to touch the windshield
where adhesive will be applied.
10 mm (0.39 in)
RUBBER
DAM
RUBBER
DAM
7. With a sponge, apply a light coat of glass primer
around the edge of the windshield as shown, then
lightly wipe it off with gauze or cheesecloth.
NOTE:
• Do not apply body primer to the windshield, and
do not get body and glass primer sponges mixed
up.
• Never touch the primed surfaces with your
hands. If you do, the adhesive may not bond to
the windshield properly, causing a leak after the
windshield is installed.
• Keep water, dust, and abrasive materials away
from the primed surface.
Apply glass primer here.
8. Thoroughly mix all the adhesive and hardener
together on a glass or metal plate with a putty
knife.
NOTE:
• Clean the plate with a sponge and alcohol before
mixing.
• Follow the instructions that come with the
adhesive.
9. Before filling a cartridge, cut the end of the nozzle
as shown.
Cut nozzle end
as shown.
10 mm (0.39 in)
10. Pack adhesive into the cartridge without air
pockets to ensure continuous delivery. Put the car-
tridge in a calking gun, and run a bead of adhesive
around the edge of the windshield as shown.
NOTE: Apply the adhesive within thirty minutes
after applying the glass primer.
Make a slightly thicker
bead at each corner.
ADHESIVE
WINDSHIELD
ADHESIVE
WINDSHIELD

Windshield
Installation
11. With a sponge, apply a light coat of body primer to
the original adhesive remaining around the wind-
shield flange. The windshield should be installed 10
minutes after you apply the primer.
NOTE:
• Do not apply glass primer to the body, and be
careful not to mix up glass and body primer
sponges.
• Never touch the primed surfaces with your
hands.
• Mask off the dashboard before painting the
flange.
Apply body primer here.
12. Glue the upper fastener to the body as shown.
UPPER FASTENER
UPPER
FASTENER
13. Use suction cups to hold the windshield over the
opening, align it with the alignment marks made in
step 5 and set it down on the adhesive. Lightly
push on the windshield until its edges are fully
seated on the adhesive all the way around.
NOTE: Do not close or open the doors until the
adhesive is dry.
ALIGNMENT MARKS
14. Install the upper molding.
WINDSHIELD
UPPER MOLDING
ADHESIVE
TAPE UPPER
MOLDING

15. Let the adhesive dry for at least one hour, then
spray water over the windshield and check for
leaks. Mark leaking areas and let the windshield
dry, then seal with urethane windshield adhesive.
NOTE:
• Let the car stand for at least four hours after
windshield installation. If the car has to be used
within the first four hours, it must be driven
slowly.
• Keep the windshield dry within the first hour
after installation.
• Check that the ends of the front pillar retainer
are set under the air scoop.
16. Reassemble all removed parts.

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Roof
Roof Trim/Panel Replacement
CAUTION:
• To prevent damage, place the roof on an appropriate
pad.
• When prying with a flat tip screwdriver, wrap it with
protective tape to prevent damage.
NOTE: Take care not to scratch the trim, panel and roof.
1. Remove the roof.
2. Remove the roof front trim.
>: Clip locations, 4
ROOF FRONT
TRIM
3. Remove the roof side lock handle from each side.
ROOF SIDE
LOCK HANDLE
Screw locations, 2
4 x 0.7 mm
1.5 N-m (0.15 kg-m,
1.1 Ib-ft)
CAP
4. Remove the roof side trim from each side.
NOTE: Do not snap the hooks.
ROOF SIDE
TRIM
5. Remove the roof grip.
Screw locations, 2
ROOF GRIP

6. Move the rear roof stop guide on each side as
shown.
NOTE: Do not disturb the bonded portion of the roof
side seal. SCREWS
4 x 0.7 mm
1.5 N-m (0.15 kg-m,
1.1 Ib-ft)
ROOF SIDE
SEAL
BONDED
PORTION
ROOF
TRIM
PANEL
REAR ROOF
STOP GUIDE
SCREW
4 x 0.7 mm
Remove.
7. Detach the hooks by sliding the roof trim panel
back, then remove it.
Hook locations, 3
ROOF TRIM
PANEL
8. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
NOTE: If necessary, replace any damaged clips.

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Seat Belts
Replacement
SRS wire harnesses are routed near the retractor.
All SRS wire harnesses and connec-
tors are colored yellow. Do not use electrical test
equipment on these circuits.
CAUTION:
Be careful) not to damage the SRS wire
harnesses when servicing the retractor.
Remove the short connector (RED) from the its
holder and disconnect the SRS wire harness
connector, then connect the short connector
(RED) to the tensioner connector.
NOTE: To prevent dust, wrap the SRS wire
harness connector with a protective cover.
RETRACTOR
SEAT BELT
TENSIONER
PROTECTIVE
COVER
SRS WIRE
HARNESS
SRS WIRE HARNESS
CONNECTOR
TENSIONER
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
HOLDER
SHORT
CONNECTOR
(RED)
CAUTION: Check the seat belts for damage, and replace them if necessary. Be careful not to damage them during
removal and installation.
1. Remove:
Seat (see page 20-39(’93-’96), 38)
Center pillar trim panel (see page 20-38)
2. Remove the three anchor bolts, retractor bolt and retractor mounting bolt, then remove the seat belt and seat belt
buckle.
CAUTION: When removing the retractor, do not touch the seat belt tensioner.
NOTE: When removing the anchor bolts and retractor bolt, use a 17 mm socket or box-end wrench.
RETRACTOR MOUNTING
BOLT
6 x 1.0 mm
13 N·m (1.3kg-m, 9 Ib-ft)
* UPPER ANCHOR BOLT
7/16-20 UNF
33 N·m (3.3 kg-m.
24 Ib-ft)
CENTER PILLAR TRIM
PANEL
(see page 20-38)
SEAT BELT
TENSIONER
RETRACTOR BOLT
7/16-20 UNF
33 N·m (3.3 kg-m, 24 Ib-ft)
* CENTER ANCHOR BOLT
7/16-20 UNF
33 N·m (3.3 kg-m, 24 Ib-ft)
CENTER PILLAR
TRIM PANEL
PROTECTIVE
BAG
SEAT BELT BUCKLE
SEAT BELT
CAP
* LOWER ANCHOR BOLT
7/16-20 UNF
33 N·m (3.3 kg-m, 24 Ib-ft)
(cont’d)
Disconnect the connector (driver’s only).
RETRACTOR

Seat Belts
Replacement (cont’d)
Anchor bolt construction:
TOOTHED
LOCK WASHER
PLAIN
WASHER
* UPPER ANCHOR BOLT
BEARING
TOOTHED
LOCK WASHER
SPRING WASHER
* CENTER ANCHOR BOLT
3. Check that the retractor locking mechanism functions as described on page 20-45(’93-’96) (’91-’92).
4. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
NOTE:
Make sure you assemble the washers on the anchor bolts as shown.
Before attaching the center pillar trim panel, make sure there are no twists or kinks in the seat belts.
On reassembly, replace the anchor bolts (*) and use liquid thread lock.
SPRING WASHER
RETRACTOR BOLT
* LOWER ANCHOR BOLT
TOOTHED
LOCK WASHER
SPRING WASHER

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Opener/Latch
Replacement
NOTE: Take care not to bend the cables.
Rear Hatch Opener/Latch:
REAR HATCH
OPENER CABLE
Disconnect the rear
hatch opener cable.
Replacement, see page 20-67
MOUNTING BOLTS
* 6 x 1.0 mm
10 N·m (1.0 kg-m,
7.2 Ib-ft) OPENER
HANDLE ROD
Coupe:
RETAINER
CLIP
NSX-T (open top):
RETAINER
CLIP
REAR HATCH
LATCH
LATCH SWITCH
Be careful not to damage
the latch switch. Discon-
nect the latch switch
connector.
LATCH SWITCH
CONNECTOR
MOUNTING BOLTS
*6 x 1.0 mm
10 N·m (1.0 kg-m, 7.2 lb-ft)
REAR HATCH
OPENER CABLE
Disconnect the rear hatch
opener cable.
RELEASE HANDLE
Pull out the retainer clip.
then remove the release
handle and rear aide trim
panel.
FUEL LID
After installing, check tor
a flush fit with the body.
REAR SIDE TRIM PANEL
Removal, see page 20-38
Fuel Lid Opener/Latch:
MOUNTING BOLTS
* 6 x 1.0 mm
10 N·m (1.0 kg-m,
7.2 Ib-ft)
FUEL LID
OPENER CABLE
MOUNTING BOLTS
*6 x 1.0 mm
13 N·m (1.3 kgm, 9 lb-ft)
FUEL LID LATCH
Lower the rear inner
fender and remove the
fuel lid latch by turning
it 90°.
FUEL LID LATCH
Push and turn the fuel lid
latch to make the fuel lid
fit flush with the body.
FUEL LID
FUEL LID
OPENER CABLE
Replacement, see page 20-67
OPENER
To remove the opener,
pull out the opener knob and
remove the side sill pad
and trim (see page 20-38
OPENER KNOB

Trunk Lid Opener/Latch:
NOTE: Take care not to bend the cable and rod.
TRUNK LID OPENER
ACTUATOR
MOUNTING BOLTS
6 x 1.0 mm
10 N-m (1.0 kg-m, 7.2 Ib-ft)
TRUNK KEY SWITCH
Be careful not to damage the
trunk key switch.
REAR PANEL
BOLT
LOCK ROD
OPENER CABLE
Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
NOTE: Make sure the opener cable is routed and
connected properly.
CORROSION RESISTANT BOLT/NUT
TRUNK LID
LATCH
REAR PANEL
CLIP
TRUNK LID LATCH
Remove the latch mounting
bolts and disconnect the lock
rod, opener cable, connector
and clip, then remove the trunk
lid latch from the hole in the
body panel.
CONNECTORS
LOCK CYLINDER
HARNESS
TRUNK LID
OPENER CABLE
REAR PANEL MOUNTING
NUTS
LATCH MOUNTING
BOLTS
6 x 1.0 mm
10 N-m (1.0 kg-m,
7.2 Ib-ft)
LOCK CYLINDER
MOUNTING BOLT
6 x 1.0 mm
10 N-m (1.0 kg-m,
7.2 Ib-ft)
TRUNK LID OPENER
CABLE Replacement,
see page 20-67
TRUNK LID OPENER
CABLE
LOCK CYLINDER
Disconnect the connector and
lock rod from the trunk lid latch.
Remove the rear panel and turn
the lock cylinder 45°.
Remove the lock cylinder from
the hole in the body panel.
LOCK
ROD

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Roof
Index
ROOF
HOOK STOP
(see page 20-94)
SHIM
REAR RECEIVER
DAMPER
SHIM
REAR RECEIVER
SWITCH
SIDE LOCK
RELEASE KNOB
ROOF SIDE LOCK
Replacement,
page 20-83
ROOF LOCK
GUIDE
Replacement,
page 20-90
FRONT LOCK RECEIVER
Replacement, page 20-92
Adjustment, page 20-92 ROOF SIDE
LOCK HANDLE
REAR ROOF
STOP GUIDE
Replacement,
page 20-91
REAR LOCK RECEIVER
Replacement, page 20-92
Adjustment, page 20-92
ROOF LOCK GUIDE
Replacement, page 20-90
ROOF SIDE RETAINER
Replacement, page 20-84
RIGHT ROOF
SIDE TRIM
(see page 20-82)
ROOF TRIM PANEL
(see page 20-83)
SHIM
ROOF SIDE SEAL
Replacement, page 20-84
ROOF FRONT TRIM
(see page 20-82)
LEFT ROOF
SIDE TRIM
(see page 20-82)
ROOF GRIP
ROOF SIDE
HOOK
ROOF SIDE
LOCK UNIT
Replacement, page 20-89
Adjustment, page 20-106
REAR ROOF
HOLDER

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Water Leak Test
NOTE: When the following parts have been replaced or
removed, and or the roof side lock unit, door glass and
door have been adjusted, this water leak test should be
done.
• Roof side seals
• Roof side lock units
• Front and rear pillar seals
• Door and door glass
1. Make sure that the roof is locked securely.
2. Raise the glass fully, and close the doors.
3. Spray water over the roof and on the sealing area
as shown.
NOTE:
• Adjust the water pressure as shown.
• Do not squeeze the tip of the hose.
12 mm (0.47 in)
HOSE
0.5 m (1.6 ft)
-HOSE
SEALING
AREA
4. Check for water leaks.
5. If there are leaks, recheck the work performed, and
recheck the door glass, seal, and retainer adjust-
ments.

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Doors
Glass Adjustment
Adjusting bolt locations.
NOTE: Take care not to damage location on the front and rear sashes.
GLASS
GLASS STOPPERS
REGULATOR ASSEMBLY
REAR GLASS GUIDE
REAR
SASH
STOPPER PLATE
INSIDE STABILIZERS
STOPPER PLATE
FRONT SASH
FRONT GLASS GUIDE

NOTE:
Place the vehicle on a firm, level surface when ad-
justing the glass.
Make sure the door position is adjusted properly
before adjusting the glass(see page 20-19 (’93-’96),
18(’91-’92)
Lower the glass fully.
1. Remove:
Door panel/Plastic cover (see pages 20-7(’93-’96),
6(’91-’92),8(’93-’96),7(’91-’92)
Door trim (see page 20-38(’93-’96),37(’91-’92)
Upper weatherstrip (see page 20-21(’93-’96)
20(’91-’92)
Front and center pillar retainers (see page 20-21 (’93-’96)
20(’91-’92)
NOTE: Check the weatherstrip for damage and de-
terioration, and replace it if necessary,
2. Remove the switch panel from the door panel (see
page 20-8(’93-’96),7(’91-’92).
3. Connect the switch panel connector to the wire
harness.
NOTE: Take care not to scratch the switch panel.
WIRE HARNESS
SWITCH
PANEL
4. Carefully close the door while holding the door
glass to prevent it from contacting the body panel.
5. Raise the glass fully.
NOTE: Check the door fit to the body opening,
6. Measure and record the clearance “H” and “B”
between the glass and body at the locations
shown.
7. Adjust the clearance as described in the steps 8
thru 9.
Measuring Points:
Section:
WINDSHIELD
“H” Clearance
GLASS
PLASTIC
GROMMET
“B” Clearance
“H” Clearance
GLASS
Section:
“B” Clearance
Section:
“H” Clearance
GLASS
“B” Clearance
Standard Clearance:
Permissible tolerance: ±2 mm (0.08 in)
Unit: mm (in)
(cont’d)

Doors
Glass Adjustment (cont’d)
“H” (See page 20-15
(’93-’96),14(’91-’92)
GLASS
a. Loosen the bolts and nuts securing the front sash,
rear sash and stopper plates, then move the front
sash all the way forward and move the rear sash
all the way backward.
NOTE: Hold the adjusting bolts with a hex
wrench when loosening the locknuts.
FRONT
SASH
LOCKNUT
REAR SASH
STOPPER PLATES
ADJUSTING
BOLT
b. Loosen the bolts securing the regulator assem-
bly, and move the regulator assembly fore or aft
to align the glass with the body at the front and
center pillars.
GLASS
Loosen.
REGULATOR ASSEMBLY
c. Loosen the nuts securing the rear glass guide, and
adjust the glass fore and aft by moving the rear
glass guide.
NOTE: Hold the adjusting bolts with a hex
wrench when loosening the locknuts.
GLASS
REAR GLASS GUIDE
ADJUSTING
BOLT
d. Repeat steps b and c until clearance “H” is
within the specified limits, then secure the regu-
lator and glass guide. Press the stopper plates
against the glass stoppers, then secure the stop-
per plates.
NOTE: Check that the stopper plates contact the
glass stoppers evenly.
STOPPER PLATE
MOUNTING
NUT
GLASS STOPPER
8. Adjust the Clearance “H” as follows:
Loosen.
Loosen.
Loosen.
Loosen.
Loosen,
LOCKNUT

9. Adjust the clearance “B” as follows:
GLASS
a. Lower the glass 10 mm (0.4 in)
b. Push the glass outward 10 mm (0.4 in), then push
the inside stabilizers against the glass lightly.
Retighten the mounting bolts securely.
NOTE: Check that the glass moves smoothly.
DOOR GLASS INSIDE
STABILIZER
MOUNTING BOLT
c. Raise the glass fully.
d. Loosen the locknuts, and turn the adjusting bolts
until the clearance “B” is within the specified
value.
LOCKNUT
ADJUSTING BOLT
REAR GLASS
GUIDE
NOTE: Turn the front and rear adjusting bolts the
same amount so as to keep the glass guide brack-
et parallel with the seating surface of the door.
After tightening the adjusting bolts, make sure
that the ends of the adjusting bolts still project
out of the locknuts.
ADJUSTING
BOLT
GLASS
CLASS GUIDE
LOCKNUT ADJUSTING
BOLT
GLASS GUIDE
BRACKET
DOOR
LOCKNUT
e. Align the front sash and rear sash with the glass
with the adjusting bolts at the bottom of the
sashes.
FRONT SASH
ADJUSTING BOLT
f. Move the glass up and down to seat it, then
measure the clearance “B” at the designated
locations (see page 20-15(’93-’96),14(’91-’92).
g. Again measure the clearance “H” to make sure
it is still within the specified limit at the designat-
ed locations.
NOTE: Repeat the above steps until the correct
clearances are obtained.
(cont’d)
(See page 20-15
(’93-’96),14(’91-’92)
NOTE: Raise the glass fully.
Adjusting
Bolt
Top Edge
of Glass
Clockwise Moved
out
Counter-
clockwise
Moved
in
LOCKNUT
GLASS
REAR SASH
GLASS
Adjusting
Bolt
Top Edge
of sash
Clockwise Moved
out
Counter-
clockwise
Moved
in
“B”

Doors
Glass Adjustment (cont’d)
10. After the clearances have been adjusted properly,
reinstall the retainers and upper weatherstrip.
11. Reinstall the door trim.
12. With the door and glass closed fully, check that the
glass contacts with the upper weatherstrip evenly.
NOTE: Measuring points are described on page
20-15(’93-’96),14(’91-’92)
Section:
WINDSHIELD FRONT PILLAR
GLASS
DOOR TRIM
Section:
UPPER
WEATHERSTRIP
Section: UPPER
WEATHERSTRIP
CENTER PILLAR
RETAINER
GLASS
DOOR TRIM
13. Check for water leaks.
NOTE: Do not use high-pressure water.
14. Install the switch panel in the door panel.
15. Install the wire harness in the door.
16. Attach the plastic cover, and install the door panel.

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