Peugeot 205 Manual
Door (Hatchback and Van models) - dismantling and reassemblyBodywork and fittings / Door (Hatchback and Van models) - dismantling and reassembly
1 Remove the trim panel, as described in Section 11.
2 To remove the window regulator, unscrew the mounting nuts, slide the two lifting arms from the channels, and withdraw the regulator through the access aperture (see illustrations).
12.2a Window regulator mounting nuts (arrowed)
12.2b The window regulator lifting arms and window glass channel
Support the glass during this operation.
3 To remove the door lock and inner remote handle, disconnect the link rods as necessary and, unscrew the Torx screws retaining the lock (see illustrations).
12.3a Door lock and mounting screws
12.3b Door inner remote handle
4 To remove the exterior handle, disconnect the link rod and unscrew the bolts. The private lock is removed by disconnecting the link rod and pulling out the retaining clip (see illustration).
12.4 Pull out the retaining clip to remove the private lock
5 To remove the door glass, first remove the window regulator then unbolt the glass side channels, tilt the glass and withdraw it upwards.
Exterior mirror (early models) 6 To remove the early type mirror, prise off the inner cover and use an Allen key to remove the mounting screws (see illustrations).
12.6a On early models, remove the inner cover . . .
12.6b . . . and remove the exterior mirror mounting screws
Exterior mirror (later models) 7 To remove the later type mirror, carefully prise the trim cover from the interior mirror control lever (see illustration).
12.7 On later models, prise the trim cover from the control lever . . .
8 Remove the mounting screws, then feed the rubber grommet through the hole and withdraw the mirror from outside (see illustration).
12.8 . . . remove the screws and withdraw the mirror
9 Reassembly of the door is a reversal of the dismantling procedure. However, when refitting the door glass, adjust the position of the side channels so that the glass moves smoothly without excessive play.