Question about 2002 Chrysler Town & Country
I cannot take off driver side door panel on 2002 Town and Country Chrysler van.
Take off whatever screws you can find. I believe there are 2 or 3 along the botttom, 1 in the pull cup and there may be another one somewhere around the switches. Then stick a flatblade screwdriver up into the bottom between the plastic and sheet metal and pry outwards. Feel around for a plastic clip and try to pry right next to it if you can to avoid breaking the panel. Once you've got the bottom loose, just reach in there and pull the whole thing away from the door. There's gonna be a few electrical connectors and a rod that goes to the interior release handle. Don't forget to hook that thing back up when you put it back together. Those plastic clips go all the way around the door and you're gonna break a few of them. Don't sweat it though. They only cost a couple of bucks a piece and generally don't need ALL of them anyway.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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