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How To Replace Power Door Lock Switch 10-17 GMC Terrain

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  1. step : Remove the door panel (0:31)
    • Use a pick to pry up the access panels in the door pull and behind the door handle.
    • Remove the 7 mm and two 8 mm bolts now exposed.
    • Firmly pull out on the door panel to unpin it from the door.
    • Disconnect the door latch cable and wiring harness leads.
  2. step : replace the door lock switch (2:01)
    • Pry up the switch with a flat blade screwdriver or two.
    • Insert the new switch and press it down and it will clip into place.
  3. step : Reinstall the door panel (2:35)
    • Connect the door handle cable and wiring harness connections.
    • Place the door panel onto the door and hit the edges of the door panel with the palm of your hand to clip it into place.
    • Replace the one 7 mm and two 8 mm bolts and snap the little plastic covers back over them.

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In this video, we're going to show you how to replace the door lock switch on this 2014 GMC Terrain. The only tools you'll need for this is a pick, a flat-blade screwdriver a 7 mm and an 8 mm socket and a ratchet. Start off using a pick and remove this little panel behind the door handle. There's another panel right here. Again, just pry it off. Next, remove the 7 mm bolt. Then, remove these two 8 mm bolts. Once those are removed, you can pull out along the edge of your door panel to release the clips. Then, pull your door panel up and off. On the back of your door panel, you want to release your door handle cable. To do that, you want to pry it up the end of this clip and pull back. Then, pull it forward, and then up and out. Next, pull this harness from the door panel, and then, push on the tab and pull the harness.

To release this harness, you want to push on the two tabs on the bottom, and then pull that handle back. Your door panel is free. Using a flat-blade screwdriver, pry up the tabs on either side of your door lock switch. You can use your pick tool and a flat-blade screwdriver or two flat-blade screwdrivers, whatever is easiest for you to just make sure you pry out both tabs on either side. Once both tabs have been pried out, it lifts up and out. Take your new switch, and just push it down into place. To reconnect your door panel, push the harness into place. Push that handle down. Then, push this harness into place. Then, take your door handle cable and push it down into place. Pull it back, and then slide that clip back on. Put your door panel up over the lock rod and down into the windowsill. Once you have it lined up, hit the clips in around the edge of the door panel. Now, we'll just fast-forward as Don replaces those two 8 mm bolts, and the one 7 mm bolt behind the door handle, and then replaces those two plastic panels.

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Tools needed for replacement:

    General Tools

  • Pick

  • Ratchets & Related

  • Ratchet

  • Screwdrivers & Related

  • Flat Blade Screwdriver

  • Sockets - Metric

  • 7mm Socket
  • 8mm Socket

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