Removing the Doors from a crashed Chevy Volt

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Removing the Doors from a crashed Chevy Volt


I remove both driver side doors and the driver’s seat from the crashed 2012 Chevy Volt!
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I unbolted and removed the driver seat. The back door was pretty tricky, as the latch itself was broke! I had to drill and cut through the outside to open it. A step drill worked nice on the sheet metal.
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In the next video, I’ll go get strip replacement doors and seat from a salvage car. Make sure to subscribe, so you see the whole video series!
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