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markw96

Help With Door Panel And Inner Removal

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HI can anyone suggest to me how i remove the inner panel as pictured, i still have 3 screws or what ever they are and they seem to be still holding the panel in place and i have no idea how to get them off?

thanks in advance

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Try pulling the inner plug out with a pair of pliers, it looks like the plug is inserted to expand the pegs.

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ive managed to get them off now, they push inwards and pop off. I was hoping to take the dorr latch out and replace it but i still cant get to it, looks like i have to drill some rivits out to get the inner panel off, so i give up now im going to have to take it somewhere to be done

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Some of these jobs can be a right mare, the inner workings of doors in particular.

Good luck.

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Ford saw fit to pop rivet the speakers of all things into place as well as other bits and pieces god knows why

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That looks like the inner panel from the mk2 rear door. According to the haynes manual, there are just 9 bolts securing the inner panel, amd 4 bolts securing the lock. The window regulators are riveted, but lock dosnt appear to be...

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Front panel :

Hope this helps, You can find a disassemble kit like the one they use on ebay or dealextreme for a few pounds, you you could use a thin plastic blade, or metal blade, just be careful not to scratch your car :)

as an example you could try and buy this : http://www.dealextreme.com/p/professional-repair-tool-kit-for-car-audio-system-8-piece-82033

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