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How do you get the door panel off of a 1991 S10 pickup after the window has fallen down into the door?

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2006-08-11 12:35:25
2006-08-11 12:35:25

same procedure, unscrew the door panel, and pop it off....then change whats broke... also in the book ...everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual available for FREE to make copies of...read up and repair like a PRO! Dave :)

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