RE: [DML] Safely Removing Upper Door Panel
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RE: [DML] Safely Removing Upper Door Panel

Hi Rob,


I have recently removed both upper and lower parts of
both doors to get to the solenoids.

I worked from the from end rear end of the upper panel,
gently pulling it upwards until the fir trees give way.

Then work towards the middle of the panel.

Yes, it helps to have the window down, but it can be
done with the window closed.

It's a tight spot then and your fingers best be thin as
they get a lot of pressure when some firs are still
locked in place.

Should work for you too.




Vita contin git. Vive com eo.


From: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Rob
Sent: vrijdag 9 maart 2007 06:27
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [DML] Safely Removing Upper Door Panel


Does anyone have any suggestions on how to safely remove
the upper door panel when your window will not go down?
I need to get in there to investigate what needs to be
done inside; the manual says to do the window down and
then pull up on the panel but my driver's side window
does not roll down. The motor makes that clickety sound.
I don't want to hurt the firtrees or bend the panel's
bottom tabs so what is a safe alternative to the usual

Rob Greenhaw
VIN 791

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