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2006 cobalt interior passenger side fuse panel does not just pop off for access. Don't want to damage it. any suggestions?

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Hello there:
if panel doesn't just pop off you may want too look for screws in the door handles and around the bottom of the door if there are none try to slide the the panel up some and see if that will work hope this helps you out please leave a review thanks sincerely D.Jones

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