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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. Remove the two visible screws on the hinge side of the door panel 2.
Remove the two (or three) visible screws on the latch side of the door
panel. 3. Remove the screw in the plastic door pull recess. 4. Remove
the door pull recess by extending the door pull (like you are opening
the door), lifting the end of the recess that the screw was removed
from and pulling the recess forward toward the door hinges. 5. Lift the
plastic cap off the screw head in the 'cup' located at the rear of the
power window control panel on the door and remove the screw. 6. Lift
the power window control panel out of the door panel ( it puts up a
fight) and disconect the two power plugs on the bottom of the assembly.
7. Using a stiff putty knife or a similar tool pry the bottom of the
door panel from the door, it is secured by several plastic push in
thingies. 8. Disconect the light bulb from the lower left hand corner
of the door panel by twisting it a half turn and pulling straight out.
9. At this point the panel should be connected to the door at the top
of the panel only. 10. There is probably a better technique but I
lifted and pryed and twisted the door panel until the fasteners from
Hell that connect the top of the panel to the door decided to release
the panel (all the while making sure I was gentle enough not to damage
the panel or the fasteners). 11. I didn't need to remove the mirror but
I did notice a screw head leading to the mirror assembly that was
exposed after the panel was removed. 12. While you have the panel
removed you might want to lubricate as many mechanisms as you can while
you have them exposed.
You can follow these instructions witch are for the front door as they are pretty much the same to undo let me know if you need further assistance ok
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
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