We remove the elements of the rear door when replacing the door and the malfunctions of the rear door parts.
Removing the rear door trim was discussed in the article - "How to remove the Renault Duster rear door trim»
Removing the rear door glass
Remove the door upholstery
Pry off the front edge of the outer door glass seal and remove it from the outer door panel
Pry off the rear edge of the inner door seal and remove it from the inner door panel
Pull the sides of the glass seal out of the door
Do not touch the upper part of the seal.
Having connected the wiring harness block to the power window switch, turn on the switch and raise the glass so that there is access to the screws securing the glass holders to the power window slider.
In this position, the self-tapping screws securing the glass holders to the power window slider will align with the holes in the inner door panel.
Using a Torx T20 wrench, unscrew the two screws securing the glass holders to the power window slider
Take out the screws
Rotate the glass as shown in the photo
Remove the glass from the door
Install glass in reverse order
Removing the rear power window mechanism
Removing the door trim (article - How to remove the Renault Duster tailgate trim)
Raise the glass with your hands and fix it with electrical tape or tape
Use a screwdriver to tighten the latches of the upper plastic wire holder
We remove the holder from the hole in the inner panel of the door
We also remove the lower wire holder from the hole in the inner door panel
Using a 10 socket, unscrew the three nuts securing the power window mechanism to the inner door panel
Move the mechanism to a large technological hole in the inner panel of the door
Squeeze the clamps of the wire block and disconnect the block from the power window motor
We take out the power window mechanism through the technological hole in the inner door panel
Install the power window mechanism in reverse order.
Removing the lock and outside handle of the rear door
Remove the door upholstery
Using a Torx T30 wrench, unscrew the two screws securing the glass guide
We remove the antenna of the glass guide from the hole in the inner panel of the door (shown on the removed glass guide)
We take out the glass guide through the technological hole in the inner panel of the door
Using a 10-head with an extension, unscrew the nut securing the outer door handle
With the same tool, unscrew the other nut securing the outer door handle
Outside the door with a Torx T20 key, unscrew the handle fastening screw
We press the plastic retainer (yellow), the outer handle rods, turn it around the axis and disconnect the rod from the lock lever (shown on the removed lock)
Remove the outer rear door handle along with the rod
We remove the door lock rod from the plastic holder
Having removed the intermediate lever of the lock rods from the axis, turn it so that the rod comes out of the groove of the lever
Remove the rod from the lever hole
We remove the rod from the inner door handle from the plastic holder
Using a Torx T30 key, unscrew the three screws securing the lock to the end of the door
Sliding the lock towards the technological hole in the door, we squeeze the lock of the wiring harness block.
Disconnect it from the lock connector
We take out the lock assembly with electric drive and rods through the technological hole in the inner panel
Install the lock and the outer door handle in reverse order.
The length of the rod can be changed due to the turns rolled on it
After installing the outer handle and lock, the handle rod is latched into the required position with a metal lock, while the lock and handle levers must be in a free position.