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1995 Mustang Driver Door Interior Panel Removal

I need to remove the interior door panel from the driver side door. The windows are manually operated so I need to remove the window crank before I can remove the panel. Does this piece just pull off? Any other advice on how to do this without breaking things?

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Go to GOOGLE , type in "mustang door panel removal"

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Thank you for the information, I should have known Google would have the information.

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they window crank handle is held on by a little clip that will pull right off with pliers or a screwdriver.. they actually have specialized tools to take out the door panels and window crank handles and stuff.. good luck and dont force anything off if it feels like its still held on by something..
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