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Old 06-27-2008, 10:43 AM   #1
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Default How do I remove the door panels?

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Story: I was going back to my car, got in, started up the engine and rolled down my windows. I noticed that it wont roll down and it was making some sort of ticking noise. I pressed down again and the window rolled ALL THE WAY DOWN. Now I cant roll it back up. When I press the roll down button, this black wire comes out. Wtf is going on? How do I remove the door panels so that I can see what the heck is going on?

This is for the driver side btw.
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Default Re: How do I remove the door panels? (EvenStar)

if its anything like my car which it may or may not be the actual door handle slides back and comes out after you take the screw out then the door panel will pop off after you take out the screw under the cap in the armrest inside the hand hold. if that all makes sense haha. there may be other screws too just look for caps.
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1 screw is under a plastic cover in the handle
1 screw is under the mirror control on that vinyl handle
1 screw is under a cover at the base of that handle where it meets the door
1 plastic screw is at the top below the mirror cover
pop out mirror cover (couple clips, pull out and up)
take off speaker grille
wedge fingers in between panel and metal and start tugging outwards, there's ~15 clips around the door
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definetly different then my car...haha mine is much easier three screws slide the door handle back and pull on the panel and it comes off
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great thanks guys! apparantely the regulator was messed up so i had to replace it.. costed me 1/4 of an arm Click the image to open in full size.
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