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Trying to remove driver side door panel, unable to get at screw behind door lock , have removed all others and can't get panel off !!!

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You have to remove the door lock knob to get to the screw. Make sure door is unlocked,then you take an pull the knob outward til pops off.Then you should be able to remove the screw.

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