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How do you remove the door panel of a 2000 dodge neon?


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2015-07-15 20:06:36
2015-07-15 20:06:36

There are 3 screws to remove. One is behind the door handle (the latch you pull to open the door from the inside), one is in the part of the door you pull to close the door, and the other is up near the side mirror (if looking at the interior of the door, it will be the upper right on the driver's door). These three screws are covered by removable tabs that are the same color as your interior. Once you remove the screws, you will need to go around the perimeter of the panel and pop it off (there are many plastic tabs). I use a flat head screwdriver to get underneathe it and start working my way around. (I've had to replace the driver's side lock twice and recently replaced the front 6" speakers).

If you want to totally remove the panel, you will need to remove the door handle latches between the panel and the door. There are two metal "arms" with white plastic connectors on the ends. One arm goes to the door handle on the outside of the door and one goes to the handle on the inside of the door. This was rather difficult since it was hard to get your hands in there. Good luck.

http://neons.org/howtos/door/

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