How Power Door Locks Work
Inside a Car Door – Power door locks used to adorn only luxury cars. Today, these handy amenities are standard on more than half of the cars sold in America. Learn what happens after you push the button!
How to Fix Sagging Car Doors
Replacing worn-out door-hinge bushings is quick, inexpensiveand will make your door shut like new. Here's how to do it.
How to Remove a Car Door Panel
Power Door Lock Troubleshooting
How to Replace Outside Car Door Handle (Toyota)
Replacing a Broken Car Door Handle
An Easy and Permanent Fix For Older Car Door Seals
In many older cars the rubber door seals don't seal the way they should. Often the seals have pulled away from the door frame and leave gaps between the frame and the seal, almost always in the corners. This lets in cold or hot air, sometimes water and almost always excess noise. So many older cars have a noisier, drafty ride because the seals are not tight. Many people think that the reason for the seals not staying in the frame is that they have come unglued. They will often try to glue them back in place but the seals will not stay there. That is because they are not glued in to begin with. The door seals are held in place by simple pressure. When the rubber seals get older the rubber shrinks, the older the seal the greater the shrinking. As it shrinks it pulls away …
How to Fix Your Car’s Weatherstripping
If water is coming through your windows, your weatherstripping may be toast. Here's how to tell if you car's weatherstripping has gone bad, and how to fix it.