oK... After the removal of all the screwss, you will need to get a "triml removal tool".. or a reasonable facsimile. It looks like a long screw driver but instead of a flat head or some other "bit", you would have an end that looks a little like a flattened carpenters pry-bar, A description and link is included below:
SGT87650 Trim Pad Removal Tool
Tool Class: Hand Tools
Features and Benefits: Remove the plastic trim pad fasteners used on General Motors cars since the early 1970 s Does not damage trim pad or fasteners they can be fully reused The tool reaches under the trim panel and pries
ANYWAYS, you takre this tool and insert it under the interior panel where it meets the metal of the door, and you ned to gently pry the panel away from the door, getting the little plastic (these are hidden, but can be seen if you look inside the crack you create when you pull the panel away from the door, ever so slightly), in between the "claws" on your tool. This must be done from the bottom of the panel and worked around the entire bottom edge, up the sides, and then the panel should lift up a little, to release the top "lip" (the interior rubber piece you see against the window when yiou look closely to where the glass meets the door panel), from ythe inside frame of the car door. A lot of times the interior door handle, will prevent the EASY removal of yhis panel but as long as you lift the handle (normal operation of opening the door from the inside), as you lift the interior panel, the panel will just "POP" off. Then slide the panel ahed, to get it off the handle, and be carefull not to break any wires, (Electric locks, power window switches, electric mirror, etc..). All iof these wires(if any should all be able to be qwuickly disconnected via a "quick-connector" plug. Worse se scenario, is you will have to also remove the switches from the panel, but personally I would not remove any switches, unless absolutely impossible to do any other way..
If this is not understandable, let me know, and I will clarify the steps the best I can, OK?
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