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Yes, this popper is the same at the Whirley Pop, which is the original. There shoud be a clip on the side opposite of the handle and one that is underneath the handle. Both should be fastened.

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How do you remove the window cranks


go on youtube.com and do a search. the two basic styles are:

1) remove the cosmetic cover on the center, back the screw out and pull the handle off

2) take an old well worn dish towel or hand towel and slide it under the crank handle and drag the towel back and forth under the crank handle until it catches an end of the C - clip and it pops off. pull off the handle. do not do this on gravel or in your yard as you will never find the C clip.

Sep 21, 2011 | 1988 Oldsmobile Delta 88

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How to remove window crank


go on youtube.com and do a search. the two basic styles are:

1) remove the cosmetic cover on the center, back the screw out and pull the handle off

2) take an old well worn dish towel or hand towel and slide it under the crank handle and drag the towel back and forth under the crank handle until it catches an end of the C - clip and it pops off. pull off the handle. do not do this on gravel or in your yard as you will never find the C clip.
You can go to shops that sell auto paint and buy a special tool which shoves the C clip off but the towel way is free and fun.

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2004 Deville right rear door panel removal, what hidden fasteners are holding it on other than the plastic clips? j_remby@msn.com


There are always screws under trim covers at the door grab handles, the door latch release handle and around the door pocket. Some doors have screws around the outsides and underneath the panel.

Mar 19, 2011 | 2004 Cadillac Deville

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Need to put passenger miror on. i need help to show me how to take the door panel off.


Section 01-05: Trim, Interior 1998 Windstar Workshop Manual REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Procedure revision date: 01/22/1999 Trim Panel, Door Front
Removal
  1. Remove door latch cover by prying from top edge and pulling trim free of retaining clips and sliding trim away from latch.
  1. Remove portion of armrest containing door lock switch and window regulator control switch (14529) by pulling straight up.
  1. Remove rear view outside mirror mounting hole cover assembly by prying at top and pulling upward to release double-sided clip.


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    Item Part Number Description 1 23942 Front Door Trim Panel 2 56908-S58 Screw (1 Req'd), Right Door 56906-S58 Screw (1 Req'd), Left Door 3 18B978 Radio Speaker Grille Name Plate 4 56911-S58 Screw (1 Req'd) 5 17D720 Cover Assembly Rear View Outside Mirror Mounting Hole
  1. Remove screw attaching front door trim panel (23942) to front door (20124) under switch plate.
  1. Remove two screws located at bottom of front door trim panel.
  1. Disconnect the door lock switch (14028) and window regulator control switch electrical connectors.
  1. Remove door window regulator handle if equipped by unsnapping and pivoting away the handle cover from base to expose retaining screw. Remove screw from the door window regulator handle.
  1. Pull front door trim panel from the top to release hooks from front door .
  1. Remove front door trim panel.
Installation
  1. Replace any bent or damaged fasteners.
  1. Follow removal procedure in reverse order.
Body Side
Removal
  1. Remove door handle retaining clip by sliding a shop towel between handle and door trim. With tension on the cloth, pull one end of the cloth so it slides between the handle and the door trim. If handle does not come out, reverse direction.
  1. Unfasten 13 christmas tree fasteners using double-acting spring-loaded trim removal tool and pull body side trim panel from body side door.
  1. Remove forward and rearward mating sections from under window trim.
Installation
  1. Replace all christmas tree fasteners.
  1. Follow removal procedure in reverse order.
  1. For installation of handle, install clip to handle, then push handle onto shaft to snap in place.


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  1. Disconnect rear window defroster wires.
  1. Remove the liftgate window garnish moulding as described.
  1. Remove screws attaching liftgate handle to liftgate and liftgate inside trim panel.
  1. Using Rotunda Windshield and Moulding Trim Removal Kit 107-R0401 or equivalent, pry pushpins retaining liftgate trim from the liftgate.
  1. Remove liftgate trim.
Installation
  1. Follow removal procedure in reverse order.


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Inside door handle R&R 06 fusion


Not too bad a job to do, taking your time it should take 30-45 minutes. You will need a straight screwdriver, phillips screwdriver, a small set of sockets, a clip removal tool also comes in handy.

If you have manual windows, you will need to remove the clip holding the window crank in place. Usually the clip removal tool makes easy work of it by just pushing the clip out from under the window crank handle. If you have electric windows so much the better.

Roll down the window before beginning. Now depending on how Detroit was hiding things, you should look in the area of the door pull for screws that fasten the interior door covering to the door. These might be exposed but sometimes are hidden under plastic caps or trim parts. Very carefully remove this pieces as with age they do become brittle.

Once you are rather sure you have the fastening screws out of the way, using the straight screwdriver to ease the door panel away from the door along the bottom edge. By looking inside you should see one of two methods of fasteners. The older style are simply straight push in plastic clips, you release these by simply putting enough pressure of the panel to pull the clips out. The newer method has a clip that slides down about a 1/2 inch into a matching hole. These panels are removed by lifting up on the door panel and then out.

With the panel off, you can now remove and replace the inner door handle, not much to them usually a couple of clips holding the connecting rod(s) and 3-4 bolts.

Installation is just a reversal of the removal procedure.

May 03, 2010 | 2006 Ford Fusion

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Replacing inside door handle 1991 ford f150


Not too bad a job to do, taking your time it should take 30-45 minutes. You will need a straight screwdriver, phillips screwdriver, a small set of sockets, a clip removal tool also comes in handy.

If you have manual windows, you will need to remove the clip holding the window crank in place. Usually the clip removal tool makes easy work of it by just pushing the clip out from under the window crank handle. If you have electric windows so much the better.

Roll down the window before beginning. Now depending on how Detroit was hiding things, you should look in the area of the door pull for screws that fasten the interior door covering to the door. These might be exposed but sometimes are hidden under plastic caps or trim parts. Very carefully remove this pieces as with age they do become brittle.

Once you are rather sure you have the fastening screws out of the way, using the straight screwdriver to ease the door panel away from the door along the bottom edge. By looking inside you should see one of two methods of fasteners. The older style are simply straight push in plastic clips, you release these by simply putting enough pressure of the panel to pull the clips out. The newer method has a clip that slides down about a 1/2 inch into a matching hole. These panels are removed by lifting up on the door panel and then out.

With the panel off, you can now remove and replace the inner door handle, not much to them usually a couple of clips holding the connecting rod(s) and 3-4 bolts.

Installation is just a reversal of the removal procedure.

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Need a diagram of the fastening of the driver's


no pattern just assemble it the way you took it off. Not much in books on this but a picture. I f you have taken many off you will see this . You just have to try most just unclip and then if clips stay in the door you have to retunr them to the cover a lot of times you will have a few screws one behind door handle one by mirror cover and one in behind the entry lamp center of the door and also older gm's one under the arm rest and then even older a couple screws in the lower carpeted panel. and some you take off the door handle and put tool to push out windeow crank parallel with crank handle. and very hold units unscrew the door lock thingy left top. now do repairs and put back together the way you took apart .

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How do you take off inner driver side door panel with out breaking the the snaps and panel itself


Sometines the panel retainers do break, they are available at most parts stores, you should use a special tool to remove them (pic below)

Front Door Panel: Service and Repair
Trim Panel Replacement - Side Front Door
REMOVAL PROCEDURE
TOOLS REQUIRED
J 38778 Door Trim Pad Clip Remover
1. Remove the inside handle bezel (2).
2. Remove the fastener (1).
3. Lift the flap (1) in pull handle opening.
4. Remove the two fasteners (2).
5. Remove the two fasteners (1) from bottom of trim panel.
6. Using the J 38778, release the eight retainers.
7. Lift upward and outward on the door trim panel.
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8.3. Push upward on the bottom of the cable attachment to disengage the cable from the handle clip.
9. Disconnect the electrical connectors.
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
1. Partially install the door trim panel.
2. Connect the electrical connectors.
3. Connect the door latch cable to the inside door handle.
4. Raise the trim panel over the lock knob and align the fasteners (1) in the holes in the door assembly.
5. Secure the trim panel to the door assembly by applying sufficient pressure on the trim panel.
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6. Install the two fasteners (2) under the inside pull handle opening.
Tighten
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8. Install the trim bezel (2).
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I had the same problem. The elastic loops loop forward, under the car seat handle, and attach to the plastic clips. You can get an idea of how it should go from page 13 of Graco's instruction manual (http://www.gracobaby.com/Instruction%20Manuals/ISPC090BB.pdf).

This may not be the instruction manual for your exact model--you can find your model number on a sticker under the base. However, the instruction manual for my model didn't include information about putting the seat cover back on after removing it to wash--the instruction manual I linked to above does.

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I replaced the passenger side mirror on my 1998 Bonneville.
(Thanks to VWmechanic for his helpful post re a 1997 Bonneville; my '98 was a little different.)
First, remove the door panel, as follows:
1. Remove hex-head screw under inside door handle.
2. Remove 10mm screw located under armrest hand grip (to get at it, pop off the piece that covers the tiny courtesy light)
3. Using a screwdriver, pry off the panel. It's held on by several plastic, pop-off fasteners.
4. Remove the plastic red lock slider under the door handle. It can be pried off the wire slider.
5. Lift up on the door panel to release the top edge. You now have access to the inside of the door.
6. To get at the two bolts holding the mirror to the sheet metal of the fender, remove the plastic shield just under the bolt location.
7. Remove/fasten the mirror bolts with a 10mm. I could reach the front bolt with an 8" socket extension, but had to use a 10mm open wrench on the back bolt.


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