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Need to remove rear door panel on extended cab pickup have dent in door and want to repair

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there are clips holding on around the perimeter,and a couple screws around the handle after the power switch assembly is opened up with a flat blade.there is a screw inside there on most fords

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The plastic button pieces just pop out or thp panel is just held on with inside clips which just pop out.Hope this helps.

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Joko,
You are not very clear on exactly where the dent is. The area behind the side door is called a "quarter panel". These parts are not easily replaced, as they are a welded, structural member of the car's structure. Replacement requires specialized cutting and welding tools, normally only found in auto body shops. If the dent is not to bad, you could try removing the interior plastic trim panels and pushing outward to remove the dent.
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How do you remove the rear inside panels on a 1996 Tacoma Extended cab. I need to do some dent repair and cannot get behind the panel.


The plastic button pieces just pop out or thp panel is just held on with inside clips which just pop out.Hope this helps.

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I HAVE A DENT IN THE REAR PASSENGER DOOR AND i WANT TO TAKE THE INTERIOR PANEL OFF AND TRY TO POUND IT OUT. I DON'T WANT TO SPEND THE MONEY ON BUYING A MANUAL. THOUGHT THAT IF I COULD TAKE THE INTERIOR...


Door panels are one of those things that when you suffer through doing it the first time, you find that it really is an incredibly easy job. The trick is finding out how to do it the first time. . Door panels are held be snap connectors. You would do well in going to the parts place and buying a door panel remover tool. Without this tool, you will invariably ruin the pressboard material around a few of the snaps. A large screwdriver will do, but still, it is an iffy proposition. . Find all the screws in the handle (often behind plugs) pop the snaps with the tool, hold the panel away from the door metal some, and yoink it in an upward direction. It will life UP. Careful with any wiring. Electric windows will need to be disconnected first. (Remove the control panel by often prying up. Careful.) Manual windows will need the handle removed - often done by sliding the snap loop off of it. It is located between the handle and the door panel itself. . An alternative way - if the dent is an "oil can dent" is to use the big suction cups that some body shops have. If the dent is creased in any way, you'll need to remove the panel. Good luck.

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I am trying install new speakers in the front doors of my 2004 ford ranger extended cab pickup, and I am not sure exactly how to take the door panels off where I can get to the speakers. Could you tell me...


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Put the window down first.

Remove the 2 handle screws (RED)
Remove the Handle trim using a small screwdriver or pry tool (BLUE)

Work around sides and bottom of door with pry tool to dislodge panel pins.
Once all pins have been popped - Lift up on the panel - as it is hooked over the top of the door.

If you cannot maneuver the door panel into a good position to remove the speaker - you will have to remove the wire harnesses for the door switches (GREEN).

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Hi ive got a dent in my passenger side rear door and wont too no the best cheapest and possible way to fix it my car is a Daewoo Nexia.


Remove the inner door panel and with the window up, put a piece of wood against the dented area and smack it with a hammer. Be careful working inside there, the edges of the door insides are sharp. Depending on how bad the dent is this will remove all or part of it. The remainder you can either live with or get some body repair (bondo etc) and repair the rest with that & re-paint. (it's really not that hard to do once you get the hang of it) Just follow can directions!
Good luck and Happy New Year!!

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