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Can't open rear door 99 discover 2

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SOURCE: rear door panel removal 99 dakota extedned cab

If you cannot Locate any Screws, First try looking for Screw Hole Covers or Plugs. If None, Just start at the Bottom and Pull. You may need to go to your Auto Parts Store and Purchase a Package of Door Panel Fasteners for the Panel. Usually you will Break 3 or 4 of these During Removal and Install. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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There are screws in the corners of the panel. Maybe just four or five perhaps. Take them off and then you probably have plastic/foam to go through. After you take that out, you should be able to get in there, as long as the window is rolled up. Be careful taking it off and putting it back on. You need to get it on perfect.

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SOURCE: 2006 hyundai sonata rear door wont open

get a tool from the parts store called a slimjim.. its a thin long metal bar that has notches in one end..it will fit between the weather strip and the windowglass and allow you to "trip" the door latch to open the car door(just like car thieves do!) and then you can acess the door panel to fix those pesky handles..

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Fuse panel and power distribution box identification for 1995-99 Explorer/Mountaineer models-Part 1

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Located inside the passenger compartment, under the drivers-side of the instrument panel.

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