first unscrew all visible screws and by door latch. Pull really hard making sure you dont pull out the electrical system. Then push really hard to get it back on.
With a 1999-2002 Chevy 1500 Silverado, there are 2 visible screws. 1 down at the bottom of the door panel, one behind the the door arm, part you grab to close door. One is located behind the metal door handle hidden behind a plastic cover which must be pried on and popped off. Another is hidden inside the window/door lock control panel located on the door handle. This control panel cover must be pried with a flat bladed object and pull upwards to remove. After removal, disconnect the wire connectors. Also there is a triangle shape plasic cover which must be popped off. When you open the door you will see it. It looks like an inside cover for your outside mirror. Also the little sliding knob that you use to lock and open the door manually or electrically must be pulled off. To remove, grab the knob with pliers, and pull it towards you. Best to wiggle it as you are pulling. It should come off fairly easy. If not, keep trying, it may be stuck due to age. All you have to do now is grab the the door arm and lift upwards. After removal you will notice flat retangle shape plastic hooks attached to the inside of the door panel. These slide down into cutout slots in the door itself. Careful about the speaker & bottom door light wires connected to the panel. When replacing the panel make sure all plastic hooks slide into proper place. .
The kick panels are the interior trim panels in front of the front doors where the driver ( left kick panel ) and the passenger ( right kick panel ) have their feet
There are ( 2 ) kick panels . They are the interior trim panels just in front of the front doors in the driver and front passenger footwells
The " kick panels " are the interior trim panels just in front of the front doors , where the driver and right front passenger have their feet
There are ( 2 ) interior trim panels ( kick panels ) in front of the front doors for the passenger and the driver at their feet
They are the two interior trim panels just in front of the front doors in the driver and front passenger footwells
The kick panels ( left and right ) are the interior trim panels ahead of the front doors where the driver and passenger footwells are
On a 2004 Lincoln Navigator : NO , the passenger compartment fuse panel / Power Distribution Box is combined in the front passenger footwell , behind the kick panel
The kick panel is the interior trim panel just in front of the front doors . There are ( 2 ) kick panels , one in the drivers footwell and one in the front passenger footwell by the persons feet just above the carpet Helpfull
Kick panels are located down where your feet are sitting in the front seats along the sides toward the outside. If you are driving, your left foot would kick the panel, if you are a passenger, your right foot would kick the panel.
the back panels can be removed by gripping the end of the panel from the trunk side and pull outward s gently there are several clips that needs to be disengaged for it to come out. As for the front i have no idea..
The door sill plates need to be removed, then the screws need to be removed. Then the panel should just wiggle loose.
In the right front passenger footwell , it's the interior trim panel in front of the front door , by the passengers feet