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I know you're thinking, look in the tech guide. Well I did, but it appears that removing the doors for the 06 are a little different. Just posting to see if any of you with an 06 have been able to successfully remove the door panels, and how you did it. I know i need to start with the compartment that has the power window switches, but I can't find any screws, so I'm assuming it just snaps on, but I really don't want to break anything trying to remove it. Any help would be much appreciated.
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I know you're thinking, look in the tech guide. Well I did, but it appears that removing the doors for the 06 are a little different. Just posting to see if any of you with an 06 have been able to successfully remove the door panels, and how you did it. I know i need to start with the compartment that has the power window switches, but I can't find any screws, so I'm assuming it just snaps on, but I really don't want to break anything trying to remove it. Any help would be much appreciated.
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Hey thanks for the quick reply. I also just found one where Ronin Z responded to another guy with the same problem. I just covered a flat head screw driver in a towel and got it right away without breaking anything.
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