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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most dents can be popped or tapped back out, provided it has not crumpled or creased the metal.
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
The rear door panel is secured to the door using screws and clips. The screws will be in the handle used to close the door and there may be plastic plugs in the handle hiding the screws. Once these screws are removed, the handle will come off. Look for any more screws along the panel. If there are more, they will be visible. Once the screws are removed, pull on the panel to release the clips that secure it to the door. These clips will require some force to release them and will make a snap/pop sound once released. You may have to put a screwdriver/wedge between the panel and door to start the process of releasing the clips
Posted on Jan 20, 2016
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