Question about 2005 Chevrolet Uplander
Removing door panels from auto's are all a little different, but very simular.
1) Locate and remove any, and all screws from the panel(if any, some door panels do not have screws).
2) After removing all screw's, you will want to disingage all of the pop clip's located out of site around the outside edge of the panel. For this you will need a panel and trim removel tool. It looks like screw driver except it has a forked end and is bent at 45% on the tool end. The tool can be priced as high as 40.00 from company's like Snap-on, or as inexpensive as 3.99 from company's like Harbor Freight. After you have the tool, simply place the forked end between panel and door, and gently pry up until you feel the pop clip release. Repeat this process for all clips.
3) Now make sure that you have all screws for things like window cranks removed, and be carefull of power window wire's and switches.
This should free the panel from the door. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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