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2008 Mazda cx9 rear hatch panel removal

How do you remove the interior panel on the rear lift gate?

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Under the the arm rest should be a couple screws. Remove them and the arm rest. The window roll up handle has a clip behind the base of handle and will need to be poped off. Unscrew the door lock button that you push down to lock it. The panel should now pop off by pying along the edge. There are little clips undernieth that pop out. Reverse the process to replace. I hope this helped, The Raz

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