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Jan 12, 9:46pm - #81331 
taking door panels off.

Hi all I was wondering do you guys know how to take off the door panels or does anyone have a link to show how. I got something that I wanna do to my door handles. thanks in advance

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Jan 12, 10:48pm - #81332 
Yeah give me a lil to write it up for you ;-)

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Jan 12, 10:55pm - #81333 
you can see how in this installation guide: ecelica.com: speaker installation

although you may not be doing speaker installation..the beginning of this guide deals with taking off the door panel and it will adequately show you how to do so thumbsup

credit ricepowered for the post.

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Jan 12, 10:55pm - #81334 
sorry floydian...but an extra writeup won't hurt one bit!

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Jan 12, 11:00pm - #81335 
there are two plastic covers on the hinge side of the door that cover two hinges. There are I belive two screws (might be three) on the bottom part of the plastic door panel. The next thing you need to do is pop off the power Mirror controls (gently pry) and unplug the small harness in the back. Then you have to pop the little plastic piece behind the door handle off, also just prys up. The final screw is behind that. Now you have to just gently lift the door pannel up and take it off! It might be better to put down the window so that you don't scuff the glass by accident. wave

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Jan 12, 11:01pm - #81336 
yeah I knew it existed, but I couldn't remember where I saw it.

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Jan 12, 11:03pm - #81337 
Originally Posted by FloydianSlip6
yeah I knew it existed, but I couldn't remember where I saw it.


its all good...i'm sure he won't mind having an extra guide to help thumbsup

btw, you can find almost ANYTHING in the installs section. most of that stuff deals with 90% of everything you want to do because it is so inclusive (even if the install was meant for something else..it can usually guide you at least part of the way with another project)

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Jan 13, 4:52pm - #81338 
thanks for the posts guys. I will see if what I want to do is feasible or not. Thanks for the guide.

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