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How do I take the door panels off?????

Soo I took the window roller off and took all the screws on the panel off. There was 5 or 6. But it's still not coming off. Do I just pry around the edges and it should pop off ?

Stupid question but figured I'd ask before I break stuff


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yes make sure you take the screw out on the handle. Then it popps off!
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How do I take the door panels off?????

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yes make sure you take the screw out on the handle. Then it popps off!
Okayy yeah I did. I pulled fairly hard on it. I just didn't wanna break anything. Guess I'll rip it off tomorrow


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Keep an eye on the top where it goes down in by the window those have a tendency to snap off up there, but there are 4-6 plastic snap screws (or what ever you call them) and they pull out, start at the bottom and look in there as you pry, then when you can fit your hand in around the snaps just pop off with you hand around the snap screw things

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