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How do you remove the upholstery off the drivers door of a 1999 Plymouth Breeze?

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2006-01-23 16:18:16
2006-01-23 16:18:16

Remove the small plastic cover on the arm rest and door opening handle. Remove the screw under the cap. Pry open the speaker cover and remove the three screw that hold upholstry to the door. Pry the Upholstry from the bottom of the door. Lift upwards .Push the locking buttom though the upholstry and remove the panel carefully keeping note of connections and mechinical arms.

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