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How do I remove and replace the armrest on this car

I tried to remove it in pieces

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Take it to a dealer. This isn't a user-replaceable unit.

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Door Panel
  1. Remove the door handles and the locking knob from the inside of the doors.
If equipped with screw retained door pull handles, remove the screws through the handle into the door inner panel.
  1. If equipped with remote control mirrors, remove the remote mirror escutcheon, then disengage the end of the mirror control cable from the escutcheon.
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Door lock remote control handle

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Removing the clip from inside the door handle

3. If equipped with a switch cover plate in the door armrest, remove the cover plate screws, then disconnect the switches and the cigar lighter (if equipped) from the electrical harness.
4. If equipped with an integral armrest, remove the screws inserted through the pull cup into the armrest hanger support. If equipped with an armrest applied after the door trim installation, remove the armrest-to-inner panel screws.

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View of the armrest switch cover plate and remove mirror cable attachment

  1. If equipped with two-piece trim panels, disengage the retainer clips from the front and the rear of the upper trim panel, using tool No. BT-7323A, then lift the upper door trim and slide it slightly rearward to disengage it from the door inner panel at the beltline.
If equipped with electric switches in the door trim panel, disengage the electrical connectors from the switch assembly.
  1. Along the upper edge of the lower trim panel, remove the mounting screws. At the lower edge of the panel, insert tool No. BT-7323A between the inner panel and the trim panel, then disengage the retaining clips from around the outer perimeter. To remove the lower panel, push the panel down and outward to disengage it from the door.
If equipped with courtesy lights, disconnect the wiring harness.
  1. If equipped with an insulator pad glued to the door inner panel, remove the pad (with a putty knife) by separating it from the inner panel.
To install:
If replacing the inner pad to the door inner panel, use 3M General Trim Adhesive No. 8080, glue it to the panel.
  1. If removed, glue a new inner pad to the door inner panel.
If equipped with courtesy lights, connect the wiring harness.

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Exploded view of the window regulator handle

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Exploded view of the door trim panel

  1. Engage the retaining clips around the edge of the lower trim panel, then install mounting screws.
If equipped with electric switches in the door trim panel, engage the electrical connectors to the switch assembly.
  1. If equipped with two-piece trim panels, engage the retainer clips to the front and the rear of the upper trim panel.
  2. If equipped with an integral armrest, install the retaining screws.
  3. If equipped with a switch cover plate in the door armrest, engage the switches and cigar lighter (if equipped) harness connectors, then install the cover plate and secure using the plate screws.
  4. If equipped with remote control mirrors, engage the control cable, then install the remote mirror escutcheon.
If equipped, install the pull handle screws through the handle into the door inner panel.
  1. Install the door handles and the locking knob to the inside of the doors.
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Exploded view of the 2-piece door trim

  1. Remove the door handles and the locking knob from the inside of the doors.
If equipped with screw retained door pull handles, remove the screws through the handle into the door inner panel.
  1. If equipped with a switch cover plate in the door armrest, remove the cover plate screws, then disconnect the switch
from the electrical harness.
  1. If equipped with an integral armrest, remove the screws inserted through the pull cup into the armrest hanger support. If equipped with an armrest applied after the door trim installation, remove the armrest-to-inner panel screws.
  2. If equipped with two-piece trim panels, disengage the retainer clips from the front and the rear of the upper trim panel, using tool No. BT-7323A, then lift the upper door trim and slide it slightly rearward to disengage it from the door inner panel at the beltline.
If equipped with electric switches in the door trim panel, disengage the electrical connectors from the switch assembly.
  1. Along the upper edge of the lower trim panel, remove the mounting screws. At the lower edge of the panel, insert tool No. BT-7323A between the inner panel and the trim panel, then disengage the retaining clips from around the outer perimeter. To remove the lower panel, push the panel down and outward to disengage it from the door.
If equipped with courtesy lights, disconnect the wiring harness.
  1. If equipped with an insulator pad glued to the door inner panel, remove the pad (with a putty knife) by separating it from the inner panel.
To install:
If replacing the inner pad to the door inner panel, use 3M General Trim Adhesive No. 8080, glue it to the panel.
  1. If removed, glue a new inner pad to the door inner panel.
If equipped with courtesy lights, connect the wiring harness.
  1. Engage the retaining clips around the edge of the lower trim panel, then install mounting screws.
If equipped with electric switches in the door trim panel, engage the electrical connectors to the switch assembly.
  1. If equipped with two-piece trim panels, engage the retainer clips to the front and the rear of the upper trim panel.
  2. If equipped with an integral armrest, install the retaining screws.
  3. If equipped with a switch cover plate in the door armrest, engage the switch harness connector, then install the cover plate and secure using the plate screws.
If equipped, install the pull handle screws through the handle into the door inner panel.
  1. Install the door handles and the locking knob to the inside of the doors.

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  2. Remove the door inside locking rod knob.
  3. On styles with door pull handles, remove the screws inserted through the handle into the door panel.
  4. On styles with remote control mirror assemblies, remove the remote mirror escutcheon and disengage the end of the mirror control cable from the escutcheon.
  5. On styles equipped with switch cover plate in the door armrest, remove the screws securing the cover plate, then disconnect the switches and cigar lighter, if so equipped, from the harness connectors.
  6. Remove the remote control cover plates and remove the exposed screws securing the cover plate to the door inner panel.
  7. On styles with integral armrest, remove the screws inserted through the pull cup into the armrest hanger support. On some styles it may be necessary to remove the screws behind the armrest deflector or courtesy lamp remote control cover plate. On styles with armrest applied after the door trim installation, remove the armrest to door inner panel attaching screws.
  8. On styles with with two piece trim panels, disengage the retainer clips at the front and rear of the upper trim panel. Remove the upper trim panel by lifting upward and sliding slightly rearward to disengage the the front door inner panel at the beltline.
  9. On styles with electric switches located in the door trim panel, disconnect the wire harness at the switch assembly.
  10. To remove the lower trim panel, remove the attaching screws along the upper edge of the lower trim panel. Then starting at a lower corner, insert a pry type tool between the door inner panel and the trim panel and disengage the retaining clips down both sides and across the bottom. On styles with courtesy lamps or reading lamps located in the trim panel, disconnect the wire harness at the lamp assembly.
  11. On styles with one piece trim panels, remove all the clips around the perimeter of the trim panel. Push the trim panel downward and outboard to disengage it from the door inner panel at the beltline. Disconnect any courtesy lamp wire harnesses, if so equipped and remove the trim panel from the door.
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