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I was wondering can anyone tell me how to get the interior door cards/trims off i found 4 screws but is there any secret fixings or is it just catch it at the bottom and give it a quick pull :blink::huh:

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Hi,

You got me thinking :D just went and had a look at one of the doors :shifty:

Theres 2 screws at the bottom of the door.Another 2 screws by the door latch one to the side of it.You may find another screw when you remove the electric window control panel.There is also a screw behind the light in the panel.Then you lift the panel up as its hung on the the door then remove.

Hope thats of some help :)

Chips..

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Thanks chips I'll hav a go at it tomorrow will let ye know how i get on

H

@admin dunno how i posted two threads i pressed edit one one and two appeared :blush:

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You were right chips, Thanks

the 2 screws at the bottom of the door and 1 on the corner just above the door latch , take off the garnish around the door handle by prying the top and bottom corners behind the handle out toward with a screwdriver ! tape the tip of the screwdriver so you won't puncture the trim! then slide it back it should then come off easy.

Remove the red light on the door and theres a good size screw inside undo the wire going to the puddle light as well , then the ashtray/window switch is a bit of a struggle raise it with a screwdriver ! tape the tip of the screwdriver so you won't puncture the trim! , theres a clip underneath on the right side of the ashtray/window switch , i ended up taking the clip off the door card and sliding the ashtray/window switch back and out theres also a light for ashtray that comes out by giving it a pull , under the ashtray/window switch is another good size screw inside

the door card should come off easy now by lifting it up and out

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