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1990 740 GL Wagon driver side interior door panel/window

I need to take the interior driver side door panel off to repair the window tha has partially come out of the track. How do you do this? Where are the screws and is any part of the door glued?

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No glue. The door has clips inside that holds it in place. You can gently use a flat screwdriver, or places like www.ipdusa.com have tools for this purpose. The plastic in the inside door release handle may need to come out as well. I can't remember that part. It is easy though. Be careful not to break any of the clips. They can be replaced, but it is a hassle.

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