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How do you remove the inner door panel on a 1996 volkswagen jetta?

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2011-09-13 06:23:17
2011-09-13 06:23:17

Firstly you prize open and separate the inner door handle with a skrewdriver then you will see the skrews that need removing. Once this is done you can unclip and remove the inner door cladding. One needs to be carful not to break the plastic door mounting clips. You also need to remove the plastic door locking mount on the inside of the door (push down pull up plastic pillar) this is just skrewed out by hand.

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