Question about 1995 Buick LeSabre
I need to replace the drivers side power mirror and I need help to got the inside door panel off without braking anything.
These are not too difficult to remove, you just need to know where the hidden fasteners are. The usual plastic clips hold the panel around the sides and bottom, and need to be gently pried up, ideally with the tool designed for this. At the back of the armrest there is a reflector, a sort of triangle shaped thing, which must be removed, by working a slim screwdriver in at the top, to push down on the clip that holds it. This clip is sort of sawtooth shaped, bends down when installed, and pops back up when in place. When it's out, you'll see a 10mm bolt which secures the door panel to a bracket on the door, looking straight in through the hole. Remove it. The power window switch assembly needs to be removed to access the other two of these lag bolts. There is a spring clip at the front of the switch, you need to work a tool (screwdriver or similar) GENTLY in between the front of the switch and the armrest, and push this clip backward. The front of the switch can be raised, and the switch slides forward and out.There are two bolts holding the panel to a bracket looking down through the opening. After that, it's just the usual clips. Good luck!
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