DOOR PANEL & TRIM REMOVAL.
1. Remove the 3 door panel screws, location as shown in the left photo above: Phillips head, located inside the pull-handle pocket tray. Torx screw, located behind the chrome door handle. This is also referred to as a "nutsert" and requires a Torx T-25 bit. The opening to access the screw is very small, screwdriver-style T-25 works best. Phillips head screw, located on the upper right top area (by the mirror bezel). It is covered by a round plastic trim plug that needs to be popped out (a small flat screwdriver works best for this).
2. Using a trim removal tool (Miller tool # C-4829 or similar), detach each of the 11 plastic trim panel fasteners. The easiest method I have found is to use a hard plastic putty knife to pry one of the bottom lower fasteners loose. You can reach behind the blade with your fingers to help pry it out. Once that is done you can reach underneath with your fingers and pull the door trim off by hand, slowly working around the edges to pop the rest of the fasteners loose as you go along. Do not let the panel fall, hold it somewhat in place until all of the wiring and rods are disconnected.
3. While carefully holding the loose trim panel out from the door a few inches, reach inside and remove both of the metal actuator rods. They are secured with yellow snap-on plastic retainer clips that need to be pried out and away from the sides of the metal rod. Lift the rods straight up and out of their sockets.
4. Unhook the large 15-pin white wiring connector by pressing in on the tab on the bottom side of the connector. Vehicles with the day/night mirrors will have an additional 2-pin white connector coming out of the main harness to unplug. Disconnect the 12-pin mirror connector from the short mirror harness. All wiring connectors have a tab on one side that needs to be pushed in to disengage them.
You have to unscrew the Phillips screws,then use a putty knife and pry the door panel off of the truck. Then remove the door handle arms from the back of the door.
take off door panel remove door lock componets and go from there
To install an exterior door handle on a Cherokee Jeep, first remove the window crank handle and the three screws in the inner door trim panel. Second, remove the inner door panel from the door using a trim stick and take off the vapor barrier inside the door. Third, remove the nut on the rear of the door handle, position the exterior door handle, and secure in place.
Thay are mounted inside the door panels, just remove the door panel and the speaker is held in with 4 screws. The speaker grille is part of the door panel
The 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee door lock relay switch is located inside of the drivers side door. You will need to remove the door panel in order to access the door lock relay switch.
this site shows how: http://www.wjjeeps.com/doors/doorpanel.htm
find all screws on inside of door remove them and just pop off the pannel.there are some wires to the power windows and door locks, that need to be unpluged and you are done!
One screw near the handle three under the pull handle then pry with screw driver or interior panel remover.
On the door there should be a triangular panel that you can carefully pry off which is located right where mirror attaches to door and after you remove you can see screw/nuts.
First remove the door panel.Once the door panel is removed you will see three bolts that hold the mirror in place. While holding the mirror remove the three bolts and the mirror will come off of the door.
On the right side of the panel, you need to open the right front door to see the fuses panel little door.
take door panel off you will see speaker on door take it out cut wires split wires wire the to new speaker + - put door panel back on that's how i did my jeep
i removed the door panel on a friends 93 Chevy. I'm going to assume it's a similar process. there should be plastic pins every foot or so on the perimeter of the door panel holding it the metal door. you should be able to just pop the door panel off.
Open the passenger door. It is inside the panel you see at the end of the dashboard.
You have to remove the door panels
Door pin/bushing replacement guide: http://www.digitalrevo.com/jeep/doorpins.html
You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
This is not a correct answer. wjjeeps.com deals with 1999 and above only. this site shows how: http://www.wjjeeps.com/doors/doorpanel.htm
how old is your question? these things are not dated. most library's have chilton's manuals on jeeps, and they cover this very thing. good luck.
You would need to remove the window regulator, and the motor. Replace them both and drill a hold through your door panel where the crank will come out.
are yu speking of the door panel on the outside of the door like down at the bottom portion of the door? if so there are clips that hold that on , if you grab the panel at the very bottom and slide it up the door (wont move far) then you should be able to lift it off the clips. good luck
yes it should
No! There is framework for the door. It's not just open behind the interior panel. You might get lucky and have it be in a convenient spot, but likely not.
It sounds like there is water in the door of your Jeep Grand Cherokee because there may be water in the door of your Jeep Grand Cherokee. You can take your car to a mechanic to be sure, and if necessary, to have the door drained.
It will yank off, you have to be aggressive with it, mine didn't break, but it is really not wanting to come off if the hatch is froze shut...