how to remove door panel toyota corolla passenger side

Asked by Sep 07, 2013 at 05:16 AM about the 2009 Toyota Corolla

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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You don't sat if you have an LE with power windows, or Base with hand crank. But FIRST take the negative cable off the battery, no matter what. There are screws hidden under the window switches. gently pry off the switch assembly and un plug wire connector or take hand crank off. All the screws are behind/under the window switch, and there are clips that will probably break when you pull the panel off, buy new ones before you begin..they are cheap, only about $4, then just pull it off, it it gives you too much resistance, you may have missed a screw ..there are screws behind the door handle and up near mirror also, all trim must come off first with a pry tool.

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