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Old 05-30-2004, 03:03 PM   #1
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Default How to remove the door panels on 2000 accord coupe

If anyone knows where I can get some detailed instructions on removing the door panels of my coupe. I am going to replace the speakers. I know pretty much how to do but I would like to have some instructions just to double check to make sure I am doing it right before I get into and realize I messed something up.
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There is one screw behind the door handle behind a small cover that is over the screw head. take that out and then take out the screw in the pull handle beside the window controls. If you have manual windows you will have to but a tool to remove the crank, which is sold at most auto parts stores. You have to pull of the plastic piece that is just inside of the side view mirror which just pops off (be careful not to break the clips behind there) The majority of the door panel is held on by clips which just pull out. Start at the bottom of the door and work your way up and back. When all the clips are free remove the plug for the light in the bottom of the door. After that, with the window down, lift the door panel off the frame of the door but be aware that there are still wires attached behind the panel. The door handle should just pull back and then be pushed through the panel. After that just remove the plugs for the controls on the panel and the panel should be free.

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Cool I appreciate it. Like I said I pretty much assumed that was how it went. Just wanted to duouble check before I did anything catostrophic.
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