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Old 03-11-2013, 11:08 AM   #65
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It's way easier if you have something like this:

http://www.amazon.com/No-Scratch-Too...xgy_auto_img_z



Also Google so you can find where the clips are. The linkages to the door handles are usually the toughest for me though some of the wiring harness jacks can be a bitch to get apart.

The worst used to be the clips on the window crank. It's pretty rare to find those now thankfully.
Oh god...those goddamn GM clips. I remember somehow modifying a screwdriver to use on those blasted things. I should grab one of those tool sets, seems at least once a year I am into a door for one reason or another. Last year in the middle of winter the window was frozen shut on my Dakota, I didn't realize it and I hit the power window button and the regulator lowered and the window didn't. So off comes the ****ing door panel...
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