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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How do I remove the
ffirst remove all screws that are holding it on approx 10, most are hidden by small round circles of plastic the same colour as the panel next you to be firm and pop it off from the door carefully there is about 10 of these clips which "pop" off then carefully lift upwards slighty unplug your electric window switch by pushing the tab on the plug itll come off. that's your door panel off. be carefull not to bump and of the metal wires you see running inside the door as these are to do with you door lock. to fix window gently pull down plastic moisture sheet on door first try another switch or give your switch a good clean, you can disasssemble it with a small screwdriver carefully, if still no difference replace your electric window motor which is bolted to the door in 3 places with 10mm bolts and is bolted to the window, unsure of what it is follow the wiring from the electric switch you unplugged will lead you to the electric motor, have fun
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
SOURCE: remove driver's door panel
Start prying the door panel off with a flat head screw driver. It's held on by plastic clips, and a few screws. just pry it back and look in there with a flash light, you'll see. Just pry them out. If your lucky you'll only break a few. No real easy way to remove those.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
try to look at stress point on door by handle normally two screws and under neath panel to screws also disconnect side panel for side mirror door of using panel popper
Posted on May 23, 2009
I can give you generic info on how door panels are fastened and removed. I hope this helps. The outer perimeter of the panel is held in place on the sides and bottom by push-in fasteners that match holes in the door frame. These fasteners have button heads that attach to the back side of the panel, and the have ribbed shafts which are pushed in to the door frame holes. There are screws and/or bolts that secure the door arm rest and door handle molding to the frame. In some designs the screw head are concealed by small buttons, or by a piece of molding plate that pops out.
First step is to locate and remove all these screws. Next step is to place a screw driver at the edge of the door panel, between the panel and door frame and pry the panel away from the frame. There is a trim tool that is made for this task (relatively inexpensive) that you can purchase at the local auto parts store. The sides and bottom of the panel are popped away from the frame. After sides and bottom are loose, the top is released by pushing up to release the upper window molding from the frame. Be careful of wiring on the back side of the panel (electric windows, locks, etc.) Unplug all electric before you remove the panel totally.
Those nylon fasteners tend to break when the panel is removed, but they are replaceable (again, at your auto store). Just take one with you to match it up.
I hope this helps you!
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
Remove the front door pull cup screw
Remove the screw cap and the screw from the inside door handle and slide the handle rearward to disengage the hook from the inner sheet metal.
Remove the two-piece pushpins from the front door trim panel (23942).
NOTE: Use a commonly available spring loaded trim pad removing tool with a long thin nose to prevent damage to the door trim panel.
Release the seven front door trim panel bullet nose fasteners and push inboard, then upward to release the front door trim panel.
Remove the retainer from the master window regulator control switch panel.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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