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Old 02-04-2005, 10:31 PM   #1
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Ok I have a 1993 SE but it has the 2 way componets.. Anyways I am replacing them..

I can get the door panel almost off but it is stuck somewhere behing the arm rest.. I can not for the life of me get this off. I tried lifting up, left, right, down, etc etc..

Is there a hidden screw somewhere im not seeing..
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There are two screws behind the light below the armrest and one behind the trim at the top of the armrest handle. The front doors have two smaller screws in the lower front corner too. Otherwise it just has push-in clips and the very stubborn top trim.
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yah be careful with the top trim cose to the window they crack easily (trust me i know)
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thanks guys
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I like that two-tone you have there rand. It'* mega perrdy.
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I like that two-tone you have there rand. It'* mega perrdy.
Thanks. Your car was partly responsible for the change
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