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Old 07-15-2007, 08:44 AM
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How to remove rear door panel?

Need to fix a rattle. Before I tear something up anyone got some tips?
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nassty- yours are for the front door panel i believe. he needs the rear of a screw.

i know how to remove the rears of the scab but that really doesnt help you out much and cannot remember off the top of my head how to remove the screw rears.
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I did not write this nor do I take credit for it. I found it on another forum.

1) Remove the trim peice at rear edge of window. Pull and it comes off.
2) Remove screw exposed by removal of trim peice, along with 2 screws at bottom of door panel.
3) Remove small access panel inside door handle, remove 2 screws exposed.
4) Remove panel that houses the power window switch, just pops off, remove bolt exposed inside (kind of tricky angle to get this one, but it can be done)
After removal of all screws, lift door panel up and out and it should come right off.
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nassty- yours are for the front door panel i believe. he needs the rear of a screw.

i know how to remove the rears of the scab but that really doesnt help you out much and cannot remember off the top of my head how to remove the screw rears.
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First remove the Rear window panel cover from the door(one on each side of the window)...starting from the top and working your way down...It is held in by clips so dont be afraid to give it a little force. This will expose 2 screws.
  • Dunno if you have Power windows in the rear or not but if ya do ya have to pry up the controller on the armrest and look for a screw...If ya dont look under the armrest.
  • Remove the screw(s) at the bottom of the door panel
  • Pry open the little cover on the door handle exposing 2 more screws....remove these and move the handle away from the door.
  • Grab the armrest and lift up and out
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