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How do you remove the door panel on a 1999 Daewoo Lanos?

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2015-07-15 21:48:07
2015-07-15 21:48:07

have to remove the glass mechanism handle the three bolts in the bottom of the panel the rest are clips pull them

The Daewoo Lanos 1998 has only 2 screws at the bottom and one in the handle. I tried the shoe string thing to remove the window crank, without successs but managed to get the circlip out using a flat trowel to separate the window crank from the inner spacer and then hooking the circlip out with something thin with a hook. Getting the circlip back on again afterwards proved a lot more problematic. Mark

There is a small black plastic piece that surrounds your door handle. You MUST take that off, I find a small flat tip screw driver works best. The plastic cover that goes on the inside part of the door where your mirror is should be removed, makes it a lot easier to remove door trim: No screws on that part just grab from both sides and pull. 3 screws on bottom and 1 screw inside the armrest. The window crank, easiest way tried and true, shoestring, pull handle towards inside of car until you have enough room to fit the shoestring between crank and plastic washer. Give it a pull back and forth and it'll pop right off; clip should stick to shoestring as an added bonus.

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To put the handle back on simply clip the circlip onto the handle and then push the handle onto the spindle

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