Brief Description: left door pin holes, cam plate and door light
The last few days were cleanup of small items for the right door and beginning in earnest to complete the left door. I typically try to do left and right together, as the tool set up time and the thought process only need to be done once for each task. The doors have so many small tasks that I decided to focus on one at a time. So now the left door.
Same as the right door I drilled the door pins and installed the HDPE plates and cam.
On the right door, I installed the light switch on the rear upright of the door. I found the lift strut twists and pulls the door rearward while closing, scraping the switch housing on the door jamb. I am afraid that will be an issue with the paint, so I moved the switch on the left door to the front of the door. If it works as well as I think it will, I will move the right door there as well.
Fishing the wires was done by pushing bailing wire from hole to hole using a strong flashlight through the fiberglass to see the position then pulling the wires back through.