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Old 10-01-2012, 11:27 AM   #1
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How to remove door panel?

I've been looking and I haven't found anything on this. Can someone help me out?
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Pop the silver painted vertical bit on the interior pull handle, gently with a flathead wrapped in a clock, starting at the bottom, once you start it down there, you should gently be able to pull it out. Remove the two screws behind this piece.

Pop the cover behind the opening handle with a small flat head, remove the screw behind it.

Pop the pop thing in the upper corner by the hinges, take that out.

Now starting right by that pop, gently pull the door straight out a quarter inch or so just until you hear the interior pop clips come loose, work around to the other side.

The door card will now be hanging from just the rubber window thing, pull the door straight up a few inches till it releases, then pull toward you a bit so you can remove the two cables from the lock mechanism and the wires for the window/lock unit and the curtisy light if equiped.
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Thanks, just pulled them off, Very quick. Actually easiest door panel I have done.
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I am going to do this and install some Dynamat in the doors and speaker, plus the JPM Coachworks alcantara speaker grills.
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