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Old 09-28-2008, 12:47 PM
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Removing door panels

There are two screws on the bottom, the plastic plate for the side view mirror pops off, and the control panel for the windows and locks pops off, but the door still doesn't budge. What am I missing?

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I know this is the 08 section but on the 99-07 trucks, there is a screw behind the reflector/light on the bottom of the door...
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Old 09-28-2008, 12:51 PM
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thanks, but that is a different door panel completely.
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Old 09-28-2008, 04:26 PM
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yeah, so it helps if you remove all the crap in the door pocket so that you can see the little plastic piece that you pull out. Remove those two screws and the door comes right out.
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sorry to thread dig but this is exactly what i needed for info... so there are 5 screws and thats it non of those stupid clips that break as soon as you remove the panel?
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Old 03-31-2009, 03:11 AM
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anyone??????????????
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pull up towards the top of the door - the panel slides down into the inner door skin - if you are pulling straight out, you run the risk of destroying your door panel.

once you have all the screws out, basically just lift straight up (not out) on the panel and it should come loose.
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pull up towards the top of the door - the panel slides down into the inner door skin - if you are pulling straight out, you run the risk of destroying your door panel.

once you have all the screws out, basically just lift straight up (not out) on the panel and it should come loose.
ty sir!!!!
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2000 F350 cannot find any screws in door panel for removal. HELP
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