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Old 10 Jun 2011, 01:44 pm
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Hi guys,

Need help removing a door panel (for side mirror replacement). I read a lot of posts saying there are 4 screws along the panel perimeter, but I don't have them (different model year, probably).
All I found is: 2 screws in the arm rest and 1 screw in the door opener. But the panel doesn't come off after removing them.

Should I use more force? Any suggestions?
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Hi guys,

Need help removing a door panel (for side mirror replacement). I read a lot of posts saying there are 4 screws along the panel perimeter, but I don't have them (different model year, probably).
All I found is: 2 screws in the arm rest and 1 screw in the door opener. But the panel doesn't come off after removing them.

Should I use more force? Any suggestions?
It's probably being held on by clips, just like the rest of the interior. use a lil muscle and see what happens. Or try to make a big enough gap to put some light in there to see what's in there.
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It's probably being held on by clips, just like the rest of the interior. use a lil muscle and see what happens. Or try to make a big enough gap to put some light in there to see what's in there.
I ended up slightly bending the right-top corner of my door panel - this allowed me to plug off the old mirror and plug in the new one.

Thanks for help
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your welcome, hopefully with in the year i'll be vinyl wrapping my interior door panels and i'll want to take them off. I'm glad you were able to do, now it gives me hope that i can do it with out breaking anything lol
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