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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 06-02-2010, 08:36 PM Thread Starter
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Help, Door Panel Removal

i search on yc and css, and maybe i over lookeed it but i just need to know how to get the door panels off? i have manual windows, so really i just need to know how to take the window handle off

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screw behind the handle

2 screws in the holder by window controls. then its all clips. pull it off
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i have manual windows, not power.

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There is a clip that holds the handle on that needs to be removed, then just pull the handle off, then any screws that hold the panel and stuff on and gently pull the panel off. Do not loose that crank clip, it is a pain to put back on.



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finns is about the only one helpin me out here. do you other guys not know what manual windows are? im not tryin to be mean, just all i needed to know was about the clip lol

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you can buy a tool at auto zone for like 5 bucks that will pop the clip off, you just stick it on the crank and turn the crank till the tool catches and the clip comes off
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I used a crappy card (credit card) and slid it behind the crank and pushed it out

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alright sweet, im gonna try this tomorrow. thanks ^^

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I actually used baby Vise grips on the ones on my Ram.



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