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2004 cadillac deville left rear window won't go up. How do you remove door panel?

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    thanx I'll give it a try

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You have to it with a screw driver, detach the plate behind the door handle, Undo the screw, have a door removal tool handy cause if you dont youll need to use a broad blade putty knife. Be carfulor you may have to buy a whole new door panel and hate your cadillac waiting for it to come in the mail. Pay close attention to where you place your door removal tool, pop out the retaining clips starting with the clip closest to the door latch and closest to the window, start from the top and work your way down and back up on the other side, once the door panel is off then you can begin to disconnect the car power window wireing. Good Luck !

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