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How do you remove the rear door panel on a 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix GT?

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2006-07-02 02:59:41
2006-07-02 02:59:41

you really need a door panel removal tool to do it properly. Remove the two screws located on under the interior pull handle. These screws uslay have a plastic plug on them to hide the screws. Slowly pull the panel away from the bottom of the door. These panels have plastic retaing clips holding them in. There is a tool that is made to remove these safley but you can remove them with out it by pulling the panel a little at a time working your way in a circle till the panel is off. After panel is romved check plastic clips for damage. Install the reverse from top to bottom pushing plastic retainers in slowly all the way around.

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