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A4 96' back window slipped down

Need answer on how to get back passenger door panel off to look at window problem (window slipped down into door, can hear motor, but it isn't going up)
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  • Anonymous Sep 07, 2008

    1993 Audi 100 or 500sel
    I need to remove rear door panel
    Steps taken: Have removed door handle and door opener assemble with window opener switch. Hasve removed the two screws at top l/h and r/h sides of door panle.
    I have difficulty with next step to remove panel. - help

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Open the door. At the top corners of the door panel, on the sides (the faces of the door panel that mate to the car's body when the door is shut), there is a screw on each end. Remove those. Next, in the door pull handle, there is a screw inside the pull with the head facing toward the front of the car. Take that out. You'll see that the inside area of the pull handle is a separate piece. Push hard to slide that downward and expose the final screw. Take out the last screw, hidden by the pull handle after you take it off, and then lift the door panel off the door. Be careful not to yank it too hard and damage the wiring.

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