1. Remove the rubberized armrest cover by prying it upward. 2. Remove (by prying out) the silver U shaped trim by the interior door handle. 3. Remove (by prying out) the sunken trim piece behind the interior door handle. 4. Remove the 10mm hex screws from where the armrest cover was and behind the door handle lever. 5. Pry the sides and bottom of the door panel loose. 6. Carefully lift up and out on the door panel and disconnect the wiring harness for the power locks & windows.
Which trim panel?
take screws out and pull door trim off
Remove the screws from the bottom of the trim and the one from inside the handle. The trip is mostly clipped onto the door and also has some foam stuck around the side as a seal
Which door handle? Though, I think they are all similar in that you must remove the plastic interior on the inside of the door first to get access to the inside of the door. You then unbolt the trim panel to remove it. I just replaced the rear handle on the Sienna and I know the rear works that way for certain. Removed the interior plastic panel (first had to unscrew and remove the two handles on the inside of the rear door, then the entire plastic panel just pulled right off). There were 3 bolts holding the exterior handle trim piece to the Sienna. Unbolted those and the trim popped off. Took me about 15 minutes to take the door apart, replace the handle and put all the pieces back together.
remove small round plastic cap behind inside door handle, remove the screw, remove screws from door panel edges, starting at the bottom..pull the panel straight off the door. a door trim tool (if available) may be used to release the clips behind the panel
to remove door panels you need to pop the platic trimm from round the window next there is a screw in the interior door handle that needs to be removed next pop out the courtesy light on the door trim. there are 1 or 2 screws behind that light that need removing, then disconect wiring from light then slide trim upwards towards top of door (about 1/4 maybe 1/2 an inch the trim can then be pulled away from the door careful when u do this as you will still have to lift trim a little higher to clear the door lock button
First, remove all weatherstripping from the top of the door. Next, remove all torx screws a the top of the door and remove body piece. Then there are three phillips screws, remove them and the screw just below the windshield. Voila! To remove the rear trim piece, remove interior pilar cover, then the five screws behind it. Done est. Time 20min
The inside door trim is held in place by several retaining clips. Pry outward on each retaining clip to remove the trim.
You have to take the inside door trim out of the door, then there will be some bolts on the inside of the door remove the nuts and your door latch will come out.
You don't have to. the trim can be a contrasting color. It's your house, if you like it, it's nobody's business.
i figured it out you have to remove the still plates by the drivers seat on the floor, then you have to remove the rear seat and seat belts , then pry the trim off or interior panel starting by the side closest to the drivers door and work your way inward installation opposite of removal for the 3rd door rear remove the trim around the interior handle , then unscrew the 2 bolts in the cup holder and armrest then pry off the panel with a trim removal tool if you don't have a trim removal tool a flathead screwdriver works too but you have to be extra careful with the screwdriver so as not to damage or break the trim panel. installation reverse of removal.
* On models with power door locks and/or power windows disconnect the negative battery cable.If equipped with Delco Loc 2 or Theftlock audio system make sure you have the activation code * On models with power door locks pry the power door lock switch out of the door trim panel with a flat-blade screwdriver unplug the electrical connector from the switch and remove the switch * On models with power windows pry the power window switch out of the trim panel with a flat-blade screwdriver unplug the electrical connector from the switch and remove the switch * On models with manually-operated windows remove the window regulator handle * Remove the trim panel screws * Once all of the screws are removed detach the trim panel from the door disconnect any electrical connectors and remove the trim panel from the vehicle by lifting it up and away from the door
remove the inner door panel, you can access the bolts from the inside of the door.
It will not take long at all to remove door trim from a Renault Menage. All you have to do is remove the bottom 10 mm bolts on the door, un-clip the door lights, undo the plastic trimming from the clips, unscrew the door cover and then remove all trimming.
You can try using a toilet bowl plunger from the outside to pull it out. You will have to remove the the weatherstripping from around the side of the hatch and the left rear door and upper trim around the glass before the lower trim.
remove the single crosshead screw in the air vent, pull the top sill of the door card back one clip, remove the tweeter and remove the trim over the top of the window - you should then have access to the three retaining bolts and the electrical connections
The rear door trim can be removed by using a flat head screwdriver to gently pry outward on the trim. Begin at one and of the trim and work forward.
* Pull the inside door handle to the open position and carefully pry the upper edge of the handle bezel out of the door trim panel with a flat-blade screwdriver.Lift the bezel upward and remove it from the trim panel.On front doors flip it over and unplug the electrical connector from the power door lock switch.Remove the bezel from the trim panel * Remove the window regulator handle * Remove the trim panel screws * Once all screws are removed detach the trim panel from the door disconnect any electrical connectors and remove the trim panel from the car by lifting it up and away from the door
Remove the front door trim panel. Remove the front window trim. Unplug the power mirror. Remove the access hole cover. Finally, remove the nuts holding the mirror to the door frame.
Take the door interior panel off (google for a how-to, it's about a ten minute job) and you should quickly see where the grille is glued/fused to the trim ring.
Hi, there is a screw at the door intrior door handel and 3 screws in the carpet part on the bottom of the door. Pop out the rear intrior back door light and there will be a screw behind it on a bracket. Remove the little piece of carpet in the arm rest and there should be a screw there.
hey you'd have to remove the door panel, you would need specail tools to pry the interior trim...can't give you the specifics...but once you remove the door panel you'll find a plastic sheet that sometimes looses adhesive and lets
Remove the screws, pull out with a trim puller.