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Trying to get door panel off to replace speakers

I took out four screws from the door and popped out all of the pegs around the door, but it is still clinging on. I think it might be the window crank, or the finger compartment of the door. Any suggestions?

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They Have Clips Try Sliding The Door Panel Upward Or Forward And If That Doesn't Work Pull On One Of The Corners And Get A Flashlight To Look For The Clips. You May Need To Remove The Crank Which Is Easy.

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