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Cadillac STS Forum - 2005 through 2012 Discussion, Drivers Door Micro Switch Replacement "How-To" Part 2 in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; Originally Posted by EChas3 Adding 'damping' to a speaker enclosure usually improves bass response. I watched a few online tutorials ...
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    Re: Drivers Door Micro Switch Replacement "How-To" Part 2

    Quote Originally Posted by EChas3 View Post
    Adding 'damping' to a speaker enclosure usually improves bass response.
    I watched a few online tutorials about installing dynamat and products like it. They showed putting the dynamat on the outside of the door, where the plastic rain shield is. However, I was watching a show on HDNET where they put the dynamat on the inside of the door, on the body itself (does that make sense). Is this a good idea, it seems like it is, and relatively easy to install there. They showed how it made the door sound more solid, when you taped on it, which made sense. I have a few sheets left over. This should improve the bass response more right?

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    Re: Drivers Door Micro Switch Replacement "How-To" Part 2

    I know Im responding to an old thread but does anyone know If the
    micro switch can be purchased separately from the housing

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike sts View Post
    I know Im responding to an old thread but does anyone know If the
    micro switch can be purchased separately from the housing
    Nope. Unless you go to a junk yard

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    So how hard would it be to "convert" the rear doors to electric handles? Hmmm.

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    Re: Drivers Door Micro Switch Replacement "How-To" Part 2

    Quote Originally Posted by Ludacrisvp View Post
    So how hard would it be to "convert" the rear doors to electric handles? Hmmm.
    There is definitely some work involved, in fact I really don't think it is possible.

    Each door handle has two switches, one that connects directly to the RCDLR (separate inputs left and right side) and on that connects to the respective door module. In addition, each door has an antenna that connects to a separate input on the RCDLR. I can't see any way to add these components in such a way that the car will be able to recognize and properly respond to a handle pull. Then there is the process of converting to an electric latch in the rear doors.

    I've thought about this myself but I came to a lot of dead ends...

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    Re: Drivers Door Micro Switch Replacement "How-To" Part 2

    one more question when you lubricate the parts with lithium grease before re assembly do you put any around the lock when doing the driver side? I think locks need a special powder type lube but forgot

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    Re: Drivers Door Micro Switch Replacement "How-To" Part 2

    Quote Originally Posted by Neutrocuted View Post
    The drivers door is 19120306, passenger door is 19120307.
    Are part numbers 25979141 and 25979140 also compatible with the sts also. I seen them listed comapatible for an sts and cts.

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    Re: Drivers Door Micro Switch Replacement "How-To" Part 2

    Sorry... can't help with compatibility question.

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