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You first need to locate all screws that are holding the door pannel on. There will be some in the handle you shut door with. After removing ALL SCREWS if the panel still wont come off, just give lil pull where it feels like its still tight, and the plastic clips will pop out. all cars are diff,but basically same method. When in the process, you may be able to take the panel off that is near the inner door handle. some door panels are 1 piece some are2. if so this will make process faster. When you get to the broken handle you wish to replace, it may not have nuts,and bolts holding it. There may be pop rivets instead. If so do not let that detour you, all you have to do is drill them out with a metal drill bit , and replace with nuts, bolts and lock tight so they wont ever come loose. It is real simple when you get there you will see. GOOD LUCK, AND YOU CAN DO IT DO NOT PAY ANYONE. LOL...................
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