There should be a screw where you put your hand to close the door and a screw under the door latch remove both of those. next pop the plastic clips out that hold the panel in place by prying on them with a flathead screwdriver being careful not to scratch the paint. now the door panel should move but wont be completly off. next reach behind it and disconect the two rods by uncliping the clip on each one. if you have power locks and windows disconect the wire harnesses by pulling them apart they usualy have a tab you have to push to unclip them.
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Relays are located in many places on vehicles. You would have to know what relay in particular you were looking for to find it's exact location. Fuses are easy to find, they are in the compartment right in front of your left knee on the lower section of the front of the dash, the drivers side of the dash between the door and the dash or sometimes under the hood. There is a door that pulls off to reveal the fuses, the door will have a diagram of the fuse locations. Here is a link from the internet with more information. Interior Fuse Box Location 1998 2001 Nissan Altima 1998 Nissan Altima...
If it is the rear door panel, you start by lifting, pulling upward, the door closer/arm rest.
Remove the electric window control and disconnect wire from switch.
Remove two hex/phillip head screws which are visible when you remove arm rest.
Remove a plastic screw on rear edge of door located about 6 inches below window glass.
Gently pry around edges of door panel to force plastic fasteners (approximately 6) out.
remove any screws you see, including the plate and screws by mirror, and remove lock and window controls, then take a big flathead screwdriver or pry bar and pry around the panel exactly next to the plastic screws pins that hold panel on door. After door is completely loose, then lift up and pull off.
Below are the removal procedures for your vehicle's front inner door panel.
On models without power windows, remove the snap ring retaining window crank handle. Remove crank handle and cover plate. Remove lower door frame bracket garnish. Using a screwdriver, remove inside door handle bezel. Remove power mirror control switch and disconnect harness connector. Remove armrest panel. Remove 6 screws. Pry interior door panel loose from door.
You did not mention whether it was a front or rear door? I assume its a front because u stated no screws.
Here are instructions for front door:
Remove the plastic trim from behind mirror(just snaps on).
Remove the window switch panel(just snaps on).
Remove the screw behind the mirror cover.
Remove the screw behind the window switch panel.
Remove the courtesy lamp lens.
Remove the screw in the courtesy lamp housing.
Remove the inside door handle trim cover.
Remove the inside door handle bolt.
Lift upward and then outward to remove the front door trim panel
Every door panel is preety much the same. They have a screw by the mirror, a screw on the inside door handle. You also have to remove widow crank or power buttons. Everything is removable with a philips and flathead screwdriver. Now for the door panel itself; They have little plastic screws that you have to pry off one by one. When you use your flathead screwdriver, you must put it as close to the plastic screw as possible to avoid breaking it. Just pry up one by one and the door panel will eventually loosen up all the way. Then pull up and it will come off. To put back on: make sure all screws and holes are line up before pushing back inour the screws will break. You can tap them on with just your hand. Hope this helps! Contact me if you have any questions.