How do I remove the drivers side rear door panel on my 2006 Pontiac Montana?

Asked by Aug 25, 2011 at 10:59 PM about the 2006 Pontiac Montana SV6 Base Minivan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am having issues with a short to ground and have narrowed it down to the rear drivers side door. I am having to remove the door panel and would love some direction on how to do this without messing up my door panel. Any help would be greatly appreciated!  
- Kimberly

3 Answers

on inside door handel,their is 1 or 2 screws under it remove them,remove screw from door handel cover.rool windo down first,after screws are removed start at bottom pull out has plastic snaps that hold it on remove.takes all of 10 min to remove.

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Thank you for your reply, however it is the drivers side rear door I am trying to take off. Would it be basically the same principle? Thanks!

yes.same thing.I was refering to driver side,

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