Question about 2003 Honda Odyssey
How to remove back door interior panel. Honda Odyssey 2003.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
door pad removal look for little pop outs take the pop outs off and thenremove screw then remove the mirror cover then pull on the bottom of door then pull on the side and then pull off trim up and out then you will see a vapor barrier remove it then you see the inside handlejust acouple of srews /please rate my response thank you very much
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
The procedure is roughly the same for all mk3 x types.
You need to remove all the screws on the armrest and on the ashtray, then undo all the plastic clips using screwdrivers on the panel.
You find detailed instructions on links below, I quote:
" remove two screws at the bottom of the armrest.
pull out ash tray.
remove screw in the middle of the ash tray holder.
pull up on armrest, it should pop up, then pull it out
start at bottom right of door and start popping out the plastic clips (all the way around the door)
(remove speaker wires)
push up door panel - done"
WikiAnswers - How do you remove a rear door panel in a Jaguar XJ6
Also from manual:
Disconnect vehicle battery ground lead.
Remove the door trim pad veneer panel.
Remove the upper trim pad.
Remove the door armrest.
From inside the door pocket, release the puddle lamp (1 Fig.1) securing quarter turn fastener.
Undo and remove fixing (3 Fig.1), (front door only)
Carefully release lower trim pad fir tree fasteners.
To avoid damage and distortion of the door metal, lift the lower trim pad complete with clip and clip retainer.
Carefully pull the trim pad away from the door panel.
Disconnect the multi-plugs (1 Fig.2) and remove the lamp.
Carefully displace the trim pad (2 Fig.1) from the door retaining clips.
Disconnect the multi-plugs (2 Fig.2) and (3 Fig.2).
Remove the door pocket.
Displace and remove the retaining clips and remove the trim..
Refit in the reverse order of the removal procedure. Check the trim pad retainers for damage before refitting.
Before refitting the lower trim pad, remove the clip retainer from the pad and and reposition retainer to the door.
ndo door handle escutcheon screw and remove escutcheon
Remove the door trim pad veneer panel.
Undo and remove the upper trim pad securing screws.
Remove the chrome strip.
Undo and remove the top channel securing nuts.
Displace and remove the top channel assembly.
Place the trim pad aside (Fig. 1).
Refit in the reverse order of the removal procedure.
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Posted on Feb 25, 2009
I am assuming that you have a 4 door sedan. If you want to remove the front door panel, it is held on with 4 or 5 torx screws, Under the armrest you will see 2 plastic cap covers. Gently pry the covers loose and the screws are inside. T20 I think. Where the inside release handle is you probably have a decorative strip(wood grain or painted plastic). At the end farthest from the handle, use a plastic wedge, or flat popsicle stick to pry the corner loose and gently pull the strip toward you. There will be 2 more screws under it. If your door has a plastic airbag emblem there is a screw under it. Otherwise there should be 1 screw hiding under the mirror switc on the armrest, or mirror switch cover. Using a small flat edge wedge pry between the panel and body at bottem until the panel pops loose.work your way around the entire panel. The top panel near the glass pulls toward you. Once the entire panel is loose, grabbing the armrest,pull the panel straight upwards. Be careful when pulling up as to not pull too far. Your inner release cable is attached on the backside. When reinstalling the panel make sure that the rubber grommets are on the panel clips..they help keep water out.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
You'll need to remove screws that are by the door handle, arm rest, under door and side of door and then gently pull back on the panel as there will also be retaining clips attached and you don't want to break them. If needed, you can pull back the weather seal (can't reuse it, but it's not that important) and you will be able to access everything inside the door
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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