removing door panels

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Asked by May 25, 2009 at 06:22 PM about the Ford Ranger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I need to know how to remove the door panels, front and rear so I can change out the speakers.

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Most fords are plastic snap ons ... An Interior tool helps but a screw driver will work. Pry straight out - You may need to replace some of the clips after as some do break on removal Good Luck

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there are also two screws that must be removed first under the door handle

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For the Front door panels: There are two screw behind the handle and an angle and then remove the screw at the bottom left corner remove those then pull out with some force due to the clamps. The next step is to get a flat head screw driver to remove the wire connection to the power doors and windows. The finale step is to lift and pull out the panel.

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How do I reattach the clips once i'm finished? They all don't go in the same direction, if you know what i mean.

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Inside the door panel. I don't see any directly under the door handle.

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