Jeep Wrangler Sport

How do you remove the door panel of a jeep wrangler?

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2009-08-24 17:37:05
2009-08-24 17:37:05

Remove the screws from the strap and door lever/lock assembly. Disconnect the linkages from the lock, and lever by flipping up the plastic retainers. Use panel removal tool, or wide thin tool to pry the panel from the door. How do you take off the lever that rolls the door windows up and down

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