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How to remove left rear door panel on a 2006 silverado

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  1. If equipped, remove the window crank handle by using a retaining clip removal tool.
  2. Remove the door handle bezel by inserting a flat trim removal tool between the door panel and handle bezel to release the locking tabs.
  3. Remove all door panel electrical connectors .
  4. Remove the door panel push pins and trim screws. Lift the door panel up and out to release the door panel locking tabs.

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