Going to be pulling my existing drivers door off tomorrow afternoon and putting on one from another car, anybody got any advice on steps for doing it? I've been told that my best bet would be to remove the drivers side fender, and mount the door on, get it all aligned correctly, then put the fender back on. Would keep me from damaging anything that way, and I'd have access to the hinges easier. The door I'm replacing it with has had the wiring harness removed, as well as the locking cylinder. The window motor and door lock selanoid are both still there, and supposed to be in good shape, I'll just need to move my harness and lock over to the new door. The original hinges are still on the new door as well. I'm also going to be replacing the inner fender cover on that side at the same time, so removing the fender at least in theory sounds like a safe bet, lol. Any tips on the wiring harness/etc? Going to be driving around with a mineral grey door on a silver car for a few weeks, till we can get the rest of the parts I need to replace done, but it won't look much worse than the mess that's on it now (the front lip is mangled with a bunch of filler in it, and half the door's paint came off first time I washed it after getting the car, just from the pressure on my water hose). I've already painted the door jambs/inner parts on the door, so don't need to worry about that at paint-time.. My existing door was repairable, I just didn't want to fool with it so I'm just replacing it, lol. My time's worth more than the $75 the perfect door cost me, lol.