They are both names for the same thing. Some time they also add this "door" to the door total of a car. So, a four door with a hatch gets called a 5-door, and a 2-door with a liftgate, is called a 3-door. It's all the same. Just, different ways of saying it.
What feature for the Driver's door, are you looking for? The fuse for the driver's door module is fuse #3 a 15amp fuse, in the under dash fuse panel. Fuse #24 in the same fuse panel is for door locks/relay.
The purpose of a glass door is that is it see-through. It offers the same protections as other doors, such as wood. Glass doors are popular in businesses.
No gas or no ignition gives the same result: the car cranks but doesn't even try to start.
It depends what structure or type the door is made of. Not all car doors weigh the same. They range from about 100 - 150 pounds and maybe even close to 200 pounds!
Yes it is the same.
I have a 1997 Grand Cherokee, and my key fits both the door and the ignition.
Yes, originally the door and ignition keys are the same. but if you have to replace your ignition / steering column, you will have a different (re-keyed) key for the door and for the ignition.
Same key as ignition...
Yes it is.
Same as removal for the 93 already answered by someone else. Matter of fact, almost everything is the same I think for from 88 or so to 94.
There is a knob you twist beside your steering wheel close to your drivers side door twist it then the dash lights will brighten up this is what you have to do in my 1996 tercel so i would think it would be almost the same in a 95 tercel good luck lol
Yes if the wheels are the same size. But make sure you are installing the correct size tires. Look on driver's door post for correct size.
It did when it was built.
The square key is ignition and the round key is the door key. It's the same scheme as GM used until recently.