Originally Posted by jdsolno7
By the time I realized it was missing they said I couldn't prove it was there to begin with. They'd already gotten rid of the old door. I figured it would be easiest to go to the junkyard but I wanted to see what other options I might have
Some things in life are decided on the stop, others require preordained lessons which I carry about in lobe 3a. With these opportunities occurring infrequently, I've first made it a rule not to hit things. But when the odd occurrences rears it's ugly head I retrieve rules held in lobe 3a. "Take possession of all removed parts as their are easy enough to toss later after you have a chance to cogitate a bit when normalcy returns". Doors often have exensive motors, switches, etc etc which don't take much room to store for year or two.
Might I ask without stealing the thread, are wiring diagrams available for modest fee? Chilton Haynes? Well, up to me to ask at the AutozoneWalMartORelieys. I'm done...added nothing