You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
Though what if it still does not come off, after following the instructions in this book?
In my case the panel is stuck along the top edge and does not come off. What is the trick to getting it off along the top edge?
Pull out the ashtray and then the panel above and the cup holder . Radio will then come out
The 2004 Subaru Legacy OBD 2 port is under dash at left, next to kick panel"
It's above driver's kick panel and very hard to get out. I think that I removed the fuse panel cover and accessed it through that hole with a very long extension.
im having the same problem...
See that http://legacygt.com/forums/showthread.php/door-panel-removal-sound-deadening-install-pics-20069.html?s=d179c734a74474f2dd256fc3d607e56c&amp;
Using a screw driver, remove the screws and the clips in the panel of the door and remove the panel gently. Remove any wiring connectors between the panel and the door, then remove the panel the rest of the way.
look on the drivers side kick panel
Has a starter relay in the engine bay fuse panel.
Unfortunately, you have to remove the door panel cover. There are three or four screws and several pop-clips, but it is actually pretty simple. To remove the door panel, you have to disconnect the power connector and the speaker (just clips). Hope that helps
The fuel pump is located in the fuel tank on a 1993 Legacy. There should be an access panel inside of the vehicle to get to the pump.
The turn signal relay for the 1993 Subaru Legacy is located behind the left hand instrument panel. Look on the left hand side of the steering column.
Well I have a 1998 Subaru Outback and i just figured out how to do it today. You will need a flat head screw driver and a Philips head screw driver. first you should remove the screw that connects the door handle and door lock. after that you need to pop out the rivets along the outside that connect the panel. be careful because if you don't get it where the rivet is located, you can distort the panel. they are spaced out approx 5-6 inches. also be careful to not tear the trim after that, you carefully take off the panel. you might need to slightly rotate it clockwise to take it completely off... and there ya go