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[* black] Insert wisdom hereThere are several retaining clips holding the door panel in place. Their locations are roughly outlined by the red circles.
[* black] You’ll find a notch in the door panel on the bottom of the door. This is where you should insert your door panel pry tool. You can also use a couple of flat-blade screwdrivers or a paint scraper in lieu of of a door panel pry tool, but you may accidentally damage your door panel’s paint.
[* icon_note] Optional: Wrap the pry tool in blue masking tape (or another type of tape) in order to minimize scratches to the car
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[* black] Insert wisdom hereThere are several retaining clips holding the door panel in place. Their locations are roughly outlined by the red circles.
[* black] You’ll find a notch in the door panel on the bottom of the door. This is where you should insert your door panel pry tool. You can also use a couple of flat-blade screwdrivers or a paint scraper in lieu of of a door panel pry tool, but you may accidentally damage your door panel’s paint.
[* icon_note] Optional: Wrap the pry tool in blue masking tape (or another type of tape) in order to minimize scratches to the car
.