Question about Chevrolet Camaro
First remove the arm rest on the inside of the door. It is attached with 2 screws that go in diagonally from the bottom of the arm rest. Then remove the window crank lever. It has a clip behind it that holds it on the splines. There are several snap clips that go 3/4 the way around the door panel that can be easily popped loose, (there is a tool for this) you can use 2 small flat screwdrivers positioned on each side of every clip one clip at a time to pop those loose. You may also have to remove the trim around the door handle and unscrew the door lock. With all the hardware removed, Vertically lift panel to remove from the door where the window comes out of the door. Voilla
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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