11.4.4. Removal of a side door


Fig. 10.15. Mechanisms of movement of a side door: 1 — an average guide; 2 — the top mechanism; 3 — an axis of the top carriage; 4 — a roller with the carriage of the top mechanism; 5 — the top guide; 6 — a support of the top guide; 7 — the internal handle; 8 — the buffer; 9 — the lower guide; 10 — the lower mechanism; 11 — the lever of the lower mechanism; 12 — a support of the lower mechanism; 13 — the average mechanism




For replacement of bearing knot top 5 (see fig. 10.15), average 1 and the lower 9 guides, the average mechanism 13 it is necessary to remove a side door. For this purpose:
- to remove a cap from an average guide;
- to unscrew the buffer;
- to move a door to a cut in the top guide and to bring a roller out of gearing with it (for an exception of damage of a body and a door this operation needs to be carried out together);
- an inclination of a door to bring a roller of the lower mechanism out of gearing;
- to bring the mechanism of an average guide out of gearing for what to move a side door on an average guide until rollers of the mechanism leave gearing, and to remove a door.
When replacing an average guide it is necessary to remove a sidewall upholstery, and when replacing its mechanism — a door upholstery.
To make installation of a door upside-down. To establish an upholstery of a door after adjustment of installation of a door.