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Is there any screws holding on to the panel around the wate/ice area?

Trying to pull the cover off and it seems to be held on in a few places.

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It snaps in place.

Posted on Dec 03, 2012

  • Carla Dec 03, 2012

    Thank you very much!!!

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There are usually screws holding the armrest portion secured and possibly a screw in the inside door handle area. These may be hidden by plastic covers that can be removed for access to the screws. Some times the armrest portion will seperate ( held by clips ) and screws will be there.

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the two plastic covers that hide the Torx screws. Once you gently pry off the plastic covers with a flat head screwdriver, use a Torx T-27 screwdriver to remove the two screws. If your Torx T-27 screwdriver is not magnetic, expect the screws to fall down into the bodywork. You can get them later once the panel is off. you can see the Torx screw that is hidden behind the plastic covers. Once you get those screws out, pry up the master window switch by lifting it up from the back end where there is a clip holding it in place. The top of the switch by the power mirror control is held in place by a plastic piece that is delicate and will break if you're not careful

Remove all the connectors from the underside of the driver's master window switch by pushing on the tabs with a flat head screwdriver and gently rocking them out. Then you can pull off the door panel by exerting outward pressure on the door handle and pulling with your fingertips at the gaps that form around the panel. The panel is held in place by plastic clips. If you have never removed the panel before it might take you a few minutes to get a hang of it. The clips will look slightly messed up once they're out but you can always buy new ones at any auto parts store or just re-use them. Some of the clips may have remained on the car in the metal. Just wiggle them out with your fingers or a pair of needle nosed pliers.from this point you cam see wireing motor of window replace motor if needed

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emilyandtodd, To remove the door panel you need to run your hands all around the panel to find any screws that are holding it. Remove any screws and look in the door handle where your fingers go when closing the door. There is usually a hidden screw in there. (Hidden by a little plastic cover smaller that a penny, remove the cover with a small screw driver) Sometimes there large screws around the handle itself. Look for any holes that will have phillips head screws in them. Sometimes there are lights in the door. Remove the lens and look for any screws. Also, at the door handle there is a plastic cover that can be removed with a small screwdriver and usually hides a screw. The panel is now held in by plastic push pins that are not visable until you pull the panel off. Starting at the bottom pull the panel from the door. You may need a little force here. When the panel is free from the bottom of the door pull it straight up and disconnect any wires going to the door. You will see a metal rod going to the door opener handle. This is locked in place by a plastic clip. Unlock the clip and pull the rod out. The panel should now be free. At the top, front of the door you should see a rubber insulator. Remove the insulator and there are three 10mm nuts holding the mirror in place. Remove the nuts being careful not to drop any inside the door. Remove mirror. Reverse procedure for replacement of any parts removed. Good luck with this.

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I need to installl a cd player in my car and i cant get the thing that holds the radio and heater off.


You will have to remove the dash cover to gain access to that bezel piece. That bezel actually extends around the instrument cluster and and radio area, all one piece. The dash cover is held on by a series of torx screws located under the top defrost vent, side access panels (when you open the car doors, there is a panel on each side). In the glove box area and there are two 10 mm bolts that are tucked up under in the glove box area but accessible. After you remove the dash cover, you can remove the torx screws that hold the bezel in place. On the bezel down by the radio, there are spring clips that hold that part of the bezel. Remember when replacing the stock OEM radio, you will need to buy a mounting hardware kit, wiring harness kit and antenna kit for the Cavalier that will work with your new cd player.

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It's easy!


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  2. Remove screw from the plastic cover behind door open lever

  3. Remove door lock plunger. (unscrew)

  4. Remove screws down inside the door pull hand-hold area

  5. Look for other phillips screws - sometimes around the lower 1/2

  6. Pry hidden plastic hold down fasteners from around the edge - pull the panel away from the door and where you see it 'stuck' to the door, slide a pry tool, a stiff putty knife works well, up in that area and pop the fastener off.

  7. Lift door liner enough to get to the mirror power connector and unplug.

  8. For some model years, with door panel loose, you can access the bolts / screws that hold the interior trim piece in place and remove.

  9. Remove Mylar cover for access to 3 Mirror mount studs, speaker screws, door lock actuators, window motors, etc.

  10. Remove nuts, (hold the mirror up from outside) and remove mirror. (Feed electrical harness through door openings as required to facilitate removal.

  11. Reverse order for installation.

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How do I change the instruments lamps on the clock and heating controls on my Avalon Grande 2002 model thanks gary


Gary, as a general rule of thumb you should be able to look around and find the Phillips head screws then carefully pry the panels loose. The screws can be underneath and some times you have to pull the ash tray or other trays out to see them. Those dash assy are put together in interlocking pieces and held in place by clips. Once you get the cover off the instrument assy you should be able to remove the entire cluster (may be screws holding it in place or clips. Look around for screws and things that look like they "fit" together.Generally the panel over the radio ansd heaters is held in by clips and a flat screw driver covered with a rag (to prevent scratching) is good to remove it. If something seems hard to get off look around for screws.

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Trying to figure out how to remove door panal to fix window


The problem with removing the door panel are the hidden screws.

Look for area's that have a cover over what will be a screw under the cover.

once you have removed what is only a few screw, and it has been a while since I worked on an 88, So look in the carpet area at the bottom of the door, take an instrument that is thin and push it behind the panel.

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Note that there are usually a couple of screws around the door handle so it holds when you pull and there is usually one behind the door opening handel as well.

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