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My Woeful Door cards

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Old 05-20-2010, 02:23 PM
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First let me introduce myself. MY name is Aaron and I live in Winter park FL. My parents have a summer place close by in daytona, which is an hour away. they have two cars they store there, a 91 saab 900 conv and a 2001 Sebring LXi. I love this sebring, it has conciveably every option: leather, chrome rims, computer, cd changer, HomeLink, AutoStick, and the 2.7L v6, which after 60k miles (yes, only 60k on the clock) is perfectly fine, and running strong.

The Problem
My door cards are failing. Miserably. it seems like the sun is making them warp and separate from the doors themselves. they are in such a precarious state I dare not remove them and then not be able to replace them. the switch panel on the drivers side is barely attached right now, and it seems all 4 doors are slowly separating. but the proprity at this juncture would to replace the drivers and passenger now.

The Question
The cards are black leather and wood trim, how expensive are these going to be to replace? I don't need anyone to do this job for me, mind you, I'm just trying to get some insight.

thanks
Aaron
 
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Old 05-21-2010, 02:48 PM
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I have seen trim panels these on eBay relatively reasonably priced. You can also find them in junkyards and elsewhere.
Sebrings came with a relatively limited number of interior colors and trim options, so with some perseverance, you might find replacements in pretty good shape, with a little wear and tear appropriate to the rest of your interior.
You can still order them from the dealer but at greater expense.
If you choose to attempt to make the replacement yourself, use care in removing them. There are several screws and clips holding the trim panel in place. The final removal, after all the screws and clips are released, is to lift the panel straight up off the door at the top. Don't pull it out from the door or you'll ruin it. Lift it up.
 
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