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Old 05-05-2010, 11:08 AM
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Default Door panel removal?

Are there any secrets to getting the interior door panels off the truck (2010 CC)? Any hidden screws, or you need to pull a certain direction or anything?

The speakers from my last car, which will be going for sale soon, and the truck are the same size (just opposite front to back). So, I am going to transplant my Alpine speakers to the truck and save having to buy new speakers again. Just curious as to what is the method of getting the door panels off? I looked quickly and didn't see any screws - but that doesn't mean they are not there.

It makes the process so much quicker when you don't have to figure out how to do it as you go.
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Old 05-05-2010, 07:11 PM
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This link should help:

It's really quite easy...2 screws behind armrest, one behind door handle trim.
The rest is just clips. Just be careful when prying trim...I used plastic trim removal tools from Harbor Freight (mine look similar to these):

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Old 05-06-2010, 08:38 AM
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I got the screws out and it pulled off very easily. In the middle of the project, I remembered that I had let someone borrow my trim removal tool - so I didn't have one. With the 3 screws out (10 or 12mm, don't remember) I just grabbed the door pocket and gave it a little tug at the bottom. Once the first clip came undone it was easy to gently pop the other clips.

The hardest part was probably disconnecting the harness to the window controls. Those things did not want to come undone!

Rear doors are on-deck for tonight.
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