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Anonymous Jan 27, 6:05pm - #384844 
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Replacing my doors

Ok here is the deal. I got a 2001 Celica from my parents and i cant trade it in or anything like that. But it didnt come with power locks or power windows. How hard would it be to just completely replace the door with one that has power window and locks and wire it up.

I would love any help.
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Chaz Jan 27, 6:10pm - #384845 
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sounds like an expensive proposition

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lol thanks
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JBing Jan 27, 6:39pm - #384847 

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why replace the whole door? go to the salvage yard and find one with them, and just insatll the locks.

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GTS02 Jan 27, 8:23pm - #384848 

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Originally Posted by JBing
why replace the whole door? go to the salvage yard and find one with them, and just insatll the locks.


thats what i would do
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sickcelica696 Jan 27, 9:22pm - #384849 
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a power window kit is like 200$,plus how many celica's did they make with manual locks and windows? can i see a pic of this because I can't imagine how it looks
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RookieGTS Jan 27, 10:47pm - #384850 

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damn that sucks! Not having power windows and locks is just so out of date.
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Marlyman Jan 28, 12:10pm - #384851 

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Originally Posted by GTS02
Originally Posted by JBing
why replace the whole door? go to the salvage yard and find one with them, and just insatll the locks.


thats what i would do


thats what id do too
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Speed4TheNeed Jan 28, 12:41pm - #384852 

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Originally Posted by Marlyman
Originally Posted by GTS02
Originally Posted by JBing
why replace the whole door? go to the salvage yard and find one with them, and just insatll the locks.


thats what i would do


thats what id do too


definately. i can get you in touch with a guy who will sell you this if you want..shoot me a PM thumbsup
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sickcelica696 Jan 28, 2:18pm - #384853 
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celikitten Jan 28, 4:00pm - #384854 

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haha... couldn't be THAT hard... dad put power locks and windows in his '74 Dodge Powerwagon... hahahahahahah... he can't stand not having certain luxeries...

i have a parts car that probably has them in them but i can't really get to it right now because of all the snow... plus it's -16 degrees outside right now and i am NOT going out there... haha

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