First, remove the door handle, it has 2 screws one in each side. After that, between the door panel and the window handle there is a small rubber ring, push it towards the panel until you can see a small lock in the shape of a U, with a flat screwdriver, take the lock out and the window handle comes off. With care, start locating the small plastic "nails" with which the door panel attaches itself to the metal. Try pulling the nails evenly as they tear apart or damage the panel. After all the panel is loose, pull it upwards to release the little thing that licks the window and then out, there you go, panel out.
One screw you won't see is under the lock switch. Anywhere you find a hole there will be a screw some are just deeper than others. After you remove the screws the panel will pop off.
Using a screw driver remove the screws from the door panel, remove the clips, and pull the panel away from the frame slowly. Remove any wiring connectors, and remove the panel the rest of the way.
no access panel, have to rmove fuel tank
Take out all screws that hold the trim and the panel that holds the power switches. Remove the panel that holds the swithches and take out the screws that remain. there is also a screw down next to the light at the bottom of the door. once all screws are out, lift up on the panel and it will slide right off.
Using a screwdriver, remove all the screws from the panel, remove all the clips from the panel, and gently pull the panel from the frame. Remove and wire connectors between the panel and the frame, then pull the panel off the rest of the way.
drivers side kick panel
Using a screwdriver, remove the screws and the clips that hold the panel to the door frame. Gently pull the panel, reach behind it and remove the wiring connectors, and the panel should come free.
look on the bottom of the dash panel on the drivers side.
remove the large bolts between the door and the vehicle....
Using a screw driver, remove the screws and the clips holding the panel to the door frame. Pull the panel away gently and remove any wire connectors, then pull the panel off the rest of the way.
In the trunk, drivers side behind the panel.
Are you asking about the trim panel above the glove box or the trim panel in front of the radio or the trim panel around the instrument cluster? Ask again telling us which panel you wish to remove.
Need to know which light is blinking.
take it to a strret raceing shop!
You need to remove the arm rest, and the power lock switche,and the mirror control. pop all the panel clips on the edge of the door panel with a scew driver. Than with the window down, lift up on the panel .
The 1989 Chevrolet Cavalier fuse panel can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard. The fuse panel will be located at the far left of the dashboard.
There is one screw inside the arm rest. the rest of it you just gently pry off, starting with the door control panel ( the wires twist to unhook). Be careful not to damage the tabs or you won't be able to put it back on.
It is behind the drivers seat, under a screw-down metal panel under the carpet
It's located on the drivers side fender well between the battery and firewall
A 1989 Accord Lxi fuel pump can be reached vial the service panel located under the rear seat. Remove the seats and panel to reach the pump.
Right behind the drivers seat on the side of the vehicle. You will need to remove the screws for the seat belt cover, remove the side panel and you will see a clear white box that has two bolts holding it to the side of the vehicle.
Open the glovebox and look inside to the right. If I remember correctly, that is where it is. lower drivers side of dash, engine compartment, and passengers kick panel.
The 1989 Acura Legend radiator fan switch can be found on the inside of the quarter panel. You can find the switch on the drivers side quarter panel.
I have a 1989 Dodge B250...it has overdrive
In the glove box or underneath the drivers side of the dash. Good luck.