Question about BMW Z3
First, remove the trim around the inside door handle. Simply push on the trim and slide back (twardthe rear of the car.
If you are removing the driver's side panel you must remove the sideview mirror adjustment panel. Simply pry this up with a screwdriver and pull to disconnect. In that hole you will see a phillips screw. Remove that screw.
There are about 7 pins on the back of the door panel lining the bottom and sides. Take a flathead screwdriver wrap the tip in tape or with a piece of cloth so you dont scratch the little bit of paint that you see, and starting from either corner insert the screwdriver behind the door panel. Pry one of the pins out, then move on to the next. Get the screwdriver as close to the pins as possible to avoid warping the door panel. Get a few new pins from the dealership (roughly 50 cents each) because it is normal to break a few. They are just plastic.
After removing all of them from the door, simply lift up on the door panel to finish the job.
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