We remove the components and parts of the front door when replacing the door and in case of their malfunction.
Removing the front door trim was discussed in the article - "Removing the Renault Duster front door trim"
Removing the outside rear-view mirror
Remove the front door upholstery
Disconnecting the wire pads
Sliding the outer mirror wiring harness block up, remove it from the plastic holder
Remove the foam seal from the hole in the door and pull the wire harness through it
Using a Torx T-20 wrench, unscrew the two self-tapping screws securing the mirror to the door
Remove the outside mirror. Install the exterior mirror in reverse order.
Removing the front door glass
Removing the front door trim (article - Removing the Renault Duster front door trim)
Pry off the front edge of the inner door glass seal and remove it from the inner door panel
Having connected the block of wires to the switch of the power window control unit of the front doors, we lower the glass so that there is access to the self-tapping screws of the glass holders to the power window slider.
Using the TorxT-20 wrench, unscrew the two screws securing the glass holders to the power window slider
Turning the glass, take it out of the door.
If you need to remove the glass holders, use a screwdriver to press the glass holder retainer
Remove the holder from the hole in the glass. We install the glass in the reverse order.
Removing the front door power window mechanism
Remove the door upholstery
We unscrew the screws securing the glass holders to the power window slider, as described above
Raise the glass with your hands and fix it with adhesive tape
Press on the latches of the wire block and disconnect the block from the power window motor
Using a 10 socket, unscrew the three nuts securing the power window mechanism to the inner door panel
We take out the power window mechanism through the technological hole in the inner panel of the door
Install the power window mechanism in reverse order.
Removing the front door lock and outside handle
Remove the door upholstery
Using a TorxT-30 key, unscrew the two screws securing the glass guide to the end of the door
We bring the guide through the technological hole in the inner panel of the door
The cylinder mechanism of the lock is attached to the outer panel of the door with a metal bracket
Use a screwdriver to remove the bracket from the grooves in the cylinder mechanism of the lock
We take it out of the hole in the door
Using a 10-head with an extension, unscrew the nut securing the outer door handle
With a 10 head, unscrew the other nut securing the outer handle
Squeezing the plastic lock of the external handle rod, turn it around the axis and disconnect the rod from the lock lever (shown on the removed lock)
Using a Torx T-20 wrench, unscrew the screw securing the base of the outer handle
Remove the handle along with the rod
Use a screwdriver to press the latch of the lock rod
Remove the rod with the button from the plastic tip of the lock lever
Disconnect the wire block from the lock
Remove the inner handle rod from the plastic holder
Using the TorxT-30 key, unscrew the three screws securing the lock to the end of the door
We remove the lock with the rod through the technological hole in the inner panel of the door
Power front door lock
Front door lock with outside and inside handle
Install the outer handle in reverse order.
The length of the rod of the outer handle can be changed due to the coils 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
When installing the glass guide, its upper tongue must fit into the groove shown by the arrow.