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How do the door panels, come off?
I have removed all the screws and concealed fasteners that I can find.
I want to put some sound deadener in the space.
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Mike from Banff
 

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Thanks Auto.
I have gotten to that point, now, is the panel secured to the door with clips?
Do I lift the panel, or pull away from the door?
It seems to be held on by something.
Thanks again
 

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Door panel removal great video!

Thank You BW for asking and RTZ for your great find,

This is a super informative step by step video! Just what I needed. This will save me tons of time and head scratching.

Cheers,

Dave
 

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Thanks for this video.
I have a unexpected repair I need to do on the driver's side door guide.
 

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Overhead Shelve Removal

It's pretty easy to remove.
Some 10 mil bolts and some philips screws.
Remove overhead light, slides out to the side, some fasteners under there.
Remove visors, easy.
Now the tough part, remove the headliner.
Remove the push in fasteners, make sure everything is warm!
No easy way, just be careful as not to fold or crease the liner.
Getting around the seatbelt cover on the b pillars is tough, you can loosen them.
Be careful there are air bags in the columns, I did not disconnect the battery and was very careful.
Once this is down, you can see all the lights and the satellite antenna.
I had a leak in the middle clearance light.
This was after the dealer had checked for leaks, there were none prior to his inspection, thanks dealer.
It appears he over tightened the screws and cracked the retainer!
I removed all the lights and cleaned all the surfaces.
I reapplied the gaskets and secured them with a little silicone, making sure the holes for the screws had a dab of silicone.
When I placed the lights in position, the holes where the screws to fasten them in, I again, put a dab of silicone on the screws and refastened.
Do not over tighten!
Just snug them up, let the silicone do the rest.
Good luck.
 

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Hey Grasshopper there's a few of us with leaks in the same area. Leak is most likely at the cab lights.
Aga = F...ng Holes on a front part of a roof (lights+antena) and they are 16 in numbers:( affect you folks, but NOT me.
I took care and privilege of closing it (ALL=16):eek:
 
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