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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-30-2004 Thread Starter
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Removing Door Panels on 94' GT

I was just wondering how you would do this. I need to take off my mirrors and change the bushings in the window tracks so I need to take both of my door panels off.


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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-31-2004
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First remove the small cover behind the inside door release. Second starting at the top pull down and out on the door pull/power lock/pwoer window bezel, with it tilted towards you lift front section and then pry up the back section (there is a clip there,pull/pry carefully.) With that bezel off there are two phillips headed screws one is easy to see ;the hard to see on is a little down and to the left of the other one. There is a push pin in the forward part of the door jamb,remove it. If you have the Mach stereo pry off the cover and remove the speaker. NOW PULL UP! NOT OUT on the door panel; the panel has large hooks that insert into the door. To reinstall just reverse procedure and be carefull when installing door panel so you don't break the hooks. :thumbsup

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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-23-2004
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I really recommend getting a Haynes manual. I finially got one for my 95 GT, which I bought in Dec 94. I shows step by step on how to reove all the panels...
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