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Old 02-19-2003, 01:20 AM   #1
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I need some detailed instructions on how to remove the front door panels without breaking anything. =-\
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buy a 12 pack n take your time!
hahah thats how i did it when i had my side mirror whacked off with a bat or somehting while i slept the night before.

on passengerside theres a couple screws where hte light is near the bottom and a screw up around where the top of the handle meets the door siding. the rest is just clips that you pull out and then there is some step like hooks you have to kinda jimmy out. someone might have a better way or explination but thats how i got mine off...worked from the bottom up and took my time.

to all those that are wondering bout my mirror if you are hehe i took it off the door and snadblasted the inside and used SEM-WELDII to put the plastic back together so the screws could hold hte mirror to the door again. id have to say it looks brand new...not like that bmw glue job i showed you guys. however my glue job was on the inside and not to stick parts onto the car
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You got it. 2 screws behind the door clearance light, and another under the little plastic trim near the top of the door handle. Just pull it off, the screw is underneath. The rest of the plastic clips just pull out. You may have to replace some afterwards, but you can get them at any auto parts store.

92, good work on the mirror! I'm a JB Weld fan, myself.
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Here is something I wrote up a little while ago. It should be real close for your car too.

http://www.friedpoodle.com/ba/forum/viewtopic.php?t=319



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will...i was SOOOOO happy with the job that came out when i was done...looks better then new and its sooooooo strong now. that JB WELD and SEM WELD all that crap is great stuff i recommend it....even though 2 medium tubes are like 80 bucks here
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we sell jb weld at alco for like $5.00
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Could you repost that link to the door panel procedure. It looks like there was a server switch and the link was broken. thanks a lot

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Here is something I wrote up a little while ago. It should be real close for your car too.

http://www.friedpoodle.com/ba/forum/viewtopic.php?t=319



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Could you repost that link to the door panel procedure. It looks like there was a server switch and the link was broken. thanks a lot

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Here is something I wrote up a little while ago. It should be real close for your car too.

http://www.friedpoodle.com/ba/forum/viewtopic.php?t=319



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Yup, The server was updated a short time ago. Here ya go!
http://www.bonnevilleattitude.com/fo...opic.php?t=319
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