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So I think exterior paint and bodywork would work for this thread. I have a passenger side door for my 02 Spec-V that has a notecard sized rust hole on the bottom. I was wondering if anyone here knows how different the electric, W/O antitheft doors are and if it's possible to swap parts from the original door with antitheft to the new one without? Because the doors with antitheft kinda don't exist in my state. In any fucking junkyard and surprisingly, same with the damn Spec-V wheels. 馃槥
 

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??? Anti-theft door???

All door guts and panels can be swapped over....technically would have to since the harness has to be pulled out from the door, I don't recall seeing disconnect from the harness in the door or the frame.
 
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??? Anti-theft door???

All door guts and panels can be swapped over....technically would have to since the harness has to be pulled out from the door, I don't recall seeing disconnect from the harness in the door or the frame.
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So I say antitheft door because you have the option on car-part to choose with or without antitheft system. My question is whether there's much difference between a car door that has the antitheft vs one that doesn't or is it only the inner panels that matter and I can just swap everything once I remove the old rusted original with the antitheft system.
 

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View attachment 175929 So I say antitheft door because you have the option on car-part to choose with or without antitheft system. My question is whether there's much difference between a car door that has the antitheft vs one that doesn't or is it only the inner panels that matter and I can just swap everything once I remove the old rusted original with the antitheft system.
I think anti theft just means powered door locks so you can lock it with a key fob or the door switch whereas base models probably just have manual locks that you would have to manually push on each door. It鈥檚 just a matter of moving the wiring and switch from your old door to the new door if you need to. That or there might be a little computer box inside that one door that you can unbolt, unplug, and move to the new door.

Base model Nissan Versa鈥檚 still had manual locks and roll up windows in 2017, ask me how I know lol
 

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I think anti theft just means powered door locks so you can lock it with a key fob or the door switch whereas base models probably just have manual locks that you would have to manually push on each door. It鈥檚 just a matter of moving the wiring and switch from your old door to the new door if you need to. That or there might be a little computer box inside that one door that you can unbolt, unplug, and move to the new door.

Base model Nissan Versa鈥檚 still had manual locks and roll up windows in 2017, ask me how I know lol
But then... why would it be called electric? TBH, I'd guess the antitheft doors don't have a keyhole to unlock from the passenger side since my Spec-v doesn't. You can only unlock with the key from the driver's side
 
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