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How do I remove a door panel on a Suzuki Aerio

I have the door panel almost off but there seems to be something holding the door handle.I cannot figure out how to loosen this part off.

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The top of the grab handle pops off and there are two screws underneath as MrEcko wrote. Remove the one screw from the door opener handle and slide the handle and trim forward about 3/8 inch. It will then come out and you can remove the control rod.

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There's two pieces to the handle. You have to take a knife and pop pff the top piece and there's screws that you can then screw out the bottom piece. I only know this because my door handle broke today at the place where the screws go in.

Posted on May 20, 2009

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