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How do you remove the door panel on the front doors in order t connectdisconnect the front speakers?

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2006-03-29 05:42:20
2006-03-29 05:42:20

Remove the window crank handle with a handle clip removal tool or reach behind the handle with a small pick and remove the clip.Remove the door pull screw access covers and remove the screws..remove the screws in the bottom of the armrest cop and remove it.using a forked door clip removal tool get behind the clips that surround the pirimeter of the door panel and pop them loose(now comes the hard part) with a pick or some tool that you can get behind the door handle outer bezel with, release the tabs and remove the door handle bezel..now with all the screws and clips loose you should be able to pull out on the panel and lift it off of the door.The springs will pop out of the door handle and you will swear its beoken ,but it isnt..just rember to put them back when you reassemble..The door handle bezel is a real bear but if you have patience and lots of beer you should be able to get the job done..

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