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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sound like you are not having any fun, most shocks have a C clip that when removed will then allow the shock to come off of the ball pivot it is attached to.
Some but very few this is not true and the entire pivtot has to be unbolted. I hope the first part helps
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
Many thanks, nascar2fever!
I had the same problem and of course started by trying to pry open the tailgate (gently). The problem was solved by undoing the top of the plastic panel on the inside of the tailgate until I could do a visual and slide my hand to lift the latch. The fix was to re-adjust the pull-rod to remove the excess slack in the latch.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
Look for several screws.Mainly around the arm rest and auto door locks and window switchs. If you have a window crank you will have to remove the handle,if you push in on the door panel around the crank you will see the U style retainer that holds the crank on.You can usualy get it off with a small flat head screwdriver. The bottom and two sides will be held on by plastic push in retainers.Start at the bottom pry out with a screw driver to give you room for you fingers and then just pull.You will probibly break a few,but you can get replacements at the dealer.Top just sits on top you will have to lift up after all the others are free.
Posted on Dec 25, 2009
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Posted on Jun 18, 2010
if you don't find any screws then it is held in place by push pins. Make sure you check for cover caps near any interior release handles. These push pins are plastic and typically are spaced 8 to 10 inches apart all the way around the outer edge. You have to pry these up carefully and make sure they come our of the metal and not out of the panel itself. They are replaceable and available at Auto Zone and Advance Auto in the generic section.
Posted on Apr 30, 2011
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