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Trying to remove 2000 Yukon rear door panel. removed screw on very bottom and one in middle of door. are there more than two screws holding it under the arm rest? I tried prying but it seems very tight like its still being held by a screw.

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There are three if we are talking about the same thing.  One at the bottom under the side bin.  One behind the rubber handle above the door latch (this is a long screw).  One behind the window switches. Pry up on the inside seem (long edge), it should come up and then out. The screw is behind it. 
 

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