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Re: left door panel
One screw in each corner remove the c clip from the roll up window if manual. remove screws holding the arm rest on and suing a pait scraper pry loose the 8 or so plastic clips in the door and then lift up and out and also remove the lock pole if it has a rounded end, pretty simple.
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Trim and molding remove tool and a phillips screw driver Drivers Side
Door trim panel and water shield (top where window is)
Plastic panel around door handle. snaps out
1 screw upper front extension assembly (plastic triangle)
2 screws located lower bottom left (drivers side) and door trim panel
Use remove tool to push out retaining 'C' clip behind door handle
Grasp panel where opening are and pull up and out gently
Now disconnect wire harness
first you have to remove dead plugs on door handle and remove screws another screw on door opening handle and you have to disconnect 2 metal pins behind that and look all around the door panel sides and under should have several rivets make sure no any screw and rivets left on door panel pull door panel foward and pull it up dont go too hard dont damage door panel conections for proper reinstallation. before removing door panel from the door dont forget disconnect cable connections from window and door lock switches.good luck
Normally there are four screws to remove. Top left and right of the panel and under the door pull. Remove screws and lift the panel straight up. There is a shield under the door pull . Remove screw and pop out shield. Door panel screws should be visible.
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
Trim Panel —Front Door, Expedition
NOTE: Release the top portion first. Remove the sail panel.
Remove the window regulator switch plate (14524).
Disconnect the electrical connectors.
Remove the upper door trim panel screw.
Remove the door trim panel screw at the window regulator switch plate opening.
Remove the door trim panel screw in the courtesy lamp housing.
Remove the courtesy lamp lens.
Remove the screw.
Remove the inside door handle trim cover.
Remove the inside door handle.
Remove the bolt.
CAUTION: To avoid damage to the front door trim panel, do not pull directly outward. Lift upward and then outward to remove the front door trim panel (23943).
Remove the courtesy lamp and socket.
Disconnect the power mirror electrical connector.
Connect the power mirror electrical connector.
Install the courtesy lamp and socket.
Install the front door trim panel.
Install the inside door handle.
Install the bolt.
Install the inside door handle trim cover.
Install the door trim panel screw in the courtesy lamp housing.
Install the screw.
Install the courtesy lamp lens.
Install the door trim panel screw at the window regulator switch plate opening.
Install the upper door trim panel screw.
Connect the electrical connectors.
NOTE: If a new trim panel is required: Some new trim panels have a cut out opening for the window switchplate that is larger than that on the original trim panel. When installing a new trim panel, install the window switchplate in the following sequence to make sure that the switchplate is secured fully into the door trim panel. Install the window regulator switchplate.
Insert the rear switchplate clip into the trim panel opening.
Install the forward and side clips into the trim panel opening.
NOTE: Install the lower portion first. Install the sail panel.
The screws are in the armrest, two I think maybe three. There are plastic clips around both ends and the bottom of the door panel. Use a stiff two inch putty knife and slide it in between the door panel and the door. Slide it left or right until you find a clip and pry upward forcing the door panel out to remove the clip from the door. Do this all the way around the three sides. When all clips and screws are out push the door panel upward until it releases from the door frame at the window.
Snap out two door pull strap retaining screw covers. Remove screws.
Remove screws on front, rear and center of front door trim panel.
Using the Trim Pad Removing Tool or equivalent, pry the trim panel retaining clips from the door inner panel.
These are plastic so be careful you can use a pair of needle nose pliers if you don't have a trim tool.Just start at bottom of door panel and work your way around and up.
On the inside trim, you can remove screws that are by the door handle,
arm rest, under door and side of door and then gently pull back on the
panel as there will also be retaining clips attached and you don't want
to break them. You'll need to lift the door panel upwards in order to
get it off the window ledge. Then you'll need to manipulate the panel
and disconnect the door handle linkage from the door handle and
disconnect the wiring for your controls
Depends on what door trim you are trying to replace. If you are trying to replace the door trim on the front doors you need to remove two screws from behind the casing around the door handle and then remove a screw from the bottom left of the door and then there will be a screw on the left of the door as high as the arm rest on the door. Finally pull up on the door panel and out to remove the panel. Remove the harnesses and you are complete.
If you are trying to remove the rear doors you need to remove a screw from the bottom of the door again near the left side then remove the screw from behind the casing that surrounds the door handle. Finally pull up on the door panel and out to remove the panel. Remove the harnesses and you are complete.