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Most door panels are held to the door with a large 'nail'. You need to get a wide flat blade between the door & panel and gently pry until it pops a nail out. You need to work your way around the bottom and up the sides.
Don't forget to remove the armrest (should be some screw covers, then the screws themselves.
if you look on the drivers side of the engine down behind where the top rad hose is connected, its about 4 inches behind the hose toward the windshield. You should find a black plastic looking cap with a nut shape on the top of it. Bingo... thats the oil filter.