Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Ahh, I'm in UK too.
Most interior panels are held on with screws at the armrests, any fittings points (handles,buttons, speakers etc.) and the rest of it is held in with plastic panel clips.
The best way to diy remove these is to use two steel rulers - one either side of the clips, and lever them off one by one.
Expect a few to break - they are replacable items.
Once inside, make sure you replace any plastic membrane, as this stops wind, and prevents corrosion in winter.
Any other problems just ask.
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