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2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Front Right Door

How do you take off the front right door panel?

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Use a thin flat pry bar, like a piece of plastic used for windows. Remove the plug on inner panel near mirror flag, and in there is 1 screw. Then behind handle is 1 screw. Using the flat tool, carefully go around perimeter of door, slipping the flat between the plastic and steel door. Pry gently as each plastic rivet will pop loose. Go all around. Once all rivets are loose, lift upward to unlatch panel from window edge. Then reach behind panel, release the two yellow locks on the rods going to the door lock, and lift the rods free from their holes. Then unlatch and disconnect the electrical connectors. Set panel aside.

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