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I need to replace the rear inside door handle on my Licoln Zephyr (2006). Do I need to take off the door panel?

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Typical on most GM cars, the door panel will need to come off in order to replace the door handle. Sometimes you can simply remove the panel around the door knob to replace. However as stated above, on most GM models, you'll usually have to remove the whole panel to get at it.

You'll usually need a torq screwdriver, and a straight blade screwdriver, hammer (to reinstall the door panel) and in some cases a Phillips. Remove the door panel with care, because of the many wires and electrical connections inside, and to avoid breaking the plastic pivots that hold the panel snug against the door .

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