remove the window switches there will be a screw in there take it out then take a flat head screw drivr put tape on the ed to save the pait then pry the plastic cover from the to of the front of the door panel the remove the screw from the rear bottom of the panel then gentaly pry the panel out try not to brake the plastic faseners the lift up the felt will come out too hope this helps
remove little plastic tabs on both side of switch panel. under will be 2 screws on each side. remove screws. pull out panel with switches press tabs to release switch.
find yourself the correct bit for your drill or driver and go along the outer edge of the door panel and you will find the first screws to remove, then you have to remove the plastic cover on the armrest handle where you will find another screw and you will also have to remove the black plastic piece that houses the door handle.
There is 2 covers on the handle above the main handle with all of your switches. Remove them and the 2 bolts and slide the plastic piece through the door handle slide the panel up as you are pulling on the handle to let it slide through the door panel. Then disconnect the wires for the switches and mirror.
1. Remove ash tray, then remove 2 screws holding ashtray body in. 2. Push switch panel to rear and lift on the front to remove switch panel. 3. Unplug switches to completeley remove switch panel. 4. With a screw driver depress the metal clip at each end of switch to remove the individual switch from the panel. 5. You then replace or repair the switch. The switch can be disasembled and repaired. Be careful not to lose the 2 ball bearings inside the switch. Remove the 2 brass rocker plates and burnish the contacts. Then reassemble. Much better than spending 75.00 for new switch assembly. 6. reassemble in reverse order. You do not need to remove the ashtray as the window switches are located on the wood insert around the shifter. Remove the plastic trim ring from around the shifter. Then carefully lift the wood trim surround that holds the switches. Becareful not to snap the plastic clips that hold the switches in place
with a crowbar
there are a few hidden screws holding it on and maybe some electrical switches ..after u locate the screws and remove them ..u will need a tool to pop out the panel push in pins as i call them ..they are just plastic so be careful not to break them.(door panel removal tool) most automotive parts stores have them
The truck needs to be in a warm area otherwise the plastic pieces will break. Disconnect battery ground. Then remove the screws around the door pull/ armrest. Pop out the electrical switches. Along the bottom and sides are plastic retaining clips, carefully pop them loose. Now the panel is loose and as you pull it away from the door you will be able to see that the panel needs to come up to undo it from the door. Remove the vapor barrier carefully.
First remove plastic panel above door to the front, covers for the bolts to the mirror. Remove courtesy light lens, unscrew one screw. Pop out the switches disconnect, remove second screw(IIRC, there should be two anyway, look around if it's not where the switches are.) Then simply lift straight up and it should come off without too much effort.
Remove the screws that hold the small panel that holds the power lock/window switches. Unplug the harness to the power window/lock switches. Remove the panel behind the door handle/lock. Carefully remove the red reflector at the back of the door and remove the screw behind it. Carefully pop the tweeter panel (not sure what its exactly called, but its on the other side of the mirror.)and unplug the tweeter. If the car had manual windows, use a window crank tool to remove the horseshoe clip behind it and pull the crank off. Use a interior panel fastener remover to pop out the plastic fasteners that hold the door in place. Once all the fasteners are loose, push up and towards the window (Carefully!) and remove the panel. If the car has manual mirrors, pull the cable out of the hole, remove the plastic ring, and push it back through the door panel. Hope this helps, I have done this more times than I would have liked to, but now I have it pretty much memorized. :)
1985 Buick Skylark fuse location: Remove the plastic panel, roughly 4" x 4", located on the left side of the inside of your glove box. I don't know where any relay switches are located.
first you need to remove the door sill plastic panels, just lift them right up and then pull the kick panel plastic back towards the B pillar that should remove them
Remove the two vertical Phillips head screws in the grab handle. Remove the window handle if equipped. Remove/ unplug the electric mirror/ window switches if equipped. Grab the doors at the bottom and pull hard. Then work you way around the left and right side of the door panel pulling on the panel. There are some white plastic push pins on the back of the panel that hold it to the door. When all of the pins are loose, lift the panel upwards and remove it. This is a less than 5 minute job.
1st - Remove screw from inside the armrest (and remove entire molded plastic console. Cables for mirror and windows can be unclipped)2nd - Remove plastic cap from inside door handle and remove screw (Again, remove molded plastic cable for door locks can be unclipped)3rd - Remove 3 screws on the perimeter of the door4rth - Either pull the plastic panel off or get the tool so as not to damage the door panel
Remove the plastic panel, remove the bolts, disconnect the wires from the back of the stereo and remove
remove plastic around instrument panel . remove screws from instrument panel then pull panel towards you to unplug it this will allow to get to dach lights
Remove the instrument panel plastic cover. Remove the back cover of the instrument panel. The instrument panel lights will be visible and can be accessed.
remove the bolts holding on the plastic paneling under the steering wheel in the interior. remove the two bolts connecting the hood release latch from this plastic panel. then remove the panel. the circuit opening relay is under this panel, and is green(in my 1997 tacoma).
remove the plastic panel around the stereo by using a flat screwdriver to pop it out in all corners then remove screws then remove stereo remove the plastic panel around the stereo by using a flat screwdriver to pop it out in all corners then remove screws then remove stereo
you have to pull the radio. once you do that remove the plastic panel. Then you will have to unscrew the clock from the plastic panel. There is a white piece on the back which is the bulb.
the door handle pulls apart in two pieces to expose upper and lower Phillips screws, remove them then pull the door panel off gently to release the plastic retainer clips, once separated from the door unplug the seat and window switches then turn the panel clockwise to remove the door lock bar from the handle.
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.
Remove the 1 screw behing door handle and the 2 on the armrest. Then pull outward on the bottom of the door panel. There are 8 to 10 plastic retainers holding the plastic to the metal.
To remove the sliding door panel on a Dodge Grand Caravan begin by removing the top plastic panel. Then remove the bottom piece after unscrewing a few screws located on the bottom half of the vans door panel.