Question about 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager
The door must be closed to remove the panel unless you remove the whole door from the car (not recommended). Take the nearby seat out so that you can get to the rear of the door and work comfortably. Use a two-pronged-fork tool (available at an auto parts supply) to work the panel mounting points loose (plastic buttons that clip into the panel and are pushed into holes in the door metal). Buy a bag of spare buttons from the store because some of these things break rather than release. Remove any trim that obstructs the removal. There may be a paper or plastic seal to remove after the panel is off. Replace it after your repairs. Hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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