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Can't get my door panel off to repair my manual

Can't get my door panel off to repair my 2002 Grand Am manual window. Removed everything but manual window operator

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Make sure (again) that you've removed anything that would inhibit movement of the door panel and then yank harder. Some of those plastic expanding screw-plug things can be dang strong...

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    Gavin Mackey Nov 16, 2012

    thanks that worked!



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