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How do you remove the door panel on a 1998 Mitsubishi Mirage?

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2013-02-12 17:12:55
2013-02-12 17:12:55

If it has manual windows, the hardest part will be removing the "c" shaped clip on the window crank. Once you find the clip, hold a small flathead screwdirver stationary against one side of the clip. With another small flathead, pry under the other side of the clip. The rest is just taking off the screw head covers and taking out the screws.

On mine I could not see the clip. It's very well buried inside the handle. A trick I learned on the Internet, that worked, is to slide a rag behind the handle. Work the edge of the rag in behind the handle and use a "sea-saw" motion back and forth. As if by magic, the rag will hook the clip and pull it off. You may or may not hear a pop as it comes off - I didn't. If it doesn't work, move the rag around in different positions. It doesn't take too long. Good tool = cloth shop rag, surprising but true!

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