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Door Panel

Just bought a 99 v6 3.8 mustang coupe a few days ago, one of its only flaws is the passenger door handle being loose from the outside...from looking at the handle, the screws have nuts on the inside which simply have to b tightened and as u can assume im a noob in not only mustangs but all cars

i want to take off the door panel and tighten the nuts before the handle falls off and without being charged up the ass by the dealership or some mechanic for a 5 minute job.

If u can point me to a step by step guide, that would be great, i just dont want to mess nething up in the process, my dad would kill me.

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ok....the inside door hadle needs to be pryed off(first i like to lift up on the rearward end then out from the top)....then take the swiches out and there will be some screws behind the handle you just took off....then if i remember right you just pull the bottom of the panle out and lift it off

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