Couple of photos:
First is the door laying in the back of the truck.
There is some soap still on it. Just wanted to clean it up a little before reinstalling.
You can see the connector, the two outer studs and the two bolt holes.
Also, I have already placed the rubber boot back around the connector.
If you look closely at your rubber boot you will see that it is meant to fit in a very specific way;
this ensures a tight fit around the connector.
You can also see the two "ears" (on this side. there are two more on the other side)
that will click into place when you re-seat it and make it so frustrating to get out.
This photo shows the hole in the jamb and the two cables that attach to the connector exit the pillar.
I think the passenger side has much more slack in the cable than the driver side.
And then a few more photos ...
The dash was badly cracked. The HVAC box smelled nasty, moldy, putrid.
The carpet and the headliner had multiple cigarette burns.
Found two (not one but two) lighters resting on top of the steering column when I dropped it.
The lady smoked like there was no tomorrow(might not be anymore for her)