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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is alot of bolts and screws to hold the panel on. i can send you a diagram the has all the locations for what you need to remove the door panel. just note that it isn't usually the switch, I would check the wiring to the door for broken wires. (do not cut the rubber boot tho. just back it out of the way to inspect the wire. The rubber boot protects the wires from salt and road hazards that cause alot of damage. if you wish to get diagram just email me ..
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
inside the handle there is ONE screw covered by a piece of plastic. remove the plastic and then remove the screw. pull handle out and disconnect it from the door latch bar. replace in reverse
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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