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How do you remove the driver side door panel of a 1991 Camry?


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2015-07-15 19:02:21
2015-07-15 19:02:21

See related links below for a really good step by step guide. Following are some minor noted differences:

The armrest for the 91 model has a padded cover which has to be removed from the top to access two of the screws. Pry the cover up on the side closest to the front of the car with a screwdriver and work your way back. On the back end is a plastic hook that should release from the forward movement of popping the rest of the cover up.

The inside door handle trim needs to be released in two places, not just the one shown. First release as shown by inserting a small screwdriver into the crack between the handle and the bottom trim where the handle hinges and push up on the screwdriver handle to release. Then insert into the crack between the lock lever and the top trim and push down on the handle to release the top side. Then continue as shown in the directions.

Note that the door handle trim was the one thing I had the most trouble with. If you don't know the trick with the screwdriver release then you will end up having to destroy the trim to get it off.


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