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How do you remove the door panel drivers side for a subaru forester 2001, I have most of the screws out but the top of the panel will not come lose for some reason,

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Once all screws and connections (plastic pops at the bottom of frame and window control module) are disconnected slide plastic frame away from the dash. Should slide out with a little force, also, make sure to remove the screw in the tweeter speaker compartment, often forgotten. Hope this helps.

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