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Old 08-21-2010, 11:38 AM
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i am trying to remove the rear door panels from my 98 Quad Cab, but i have not found a way to get it past the inside handle. i removed the bolts holding the handle to the door, and it moves abit, but not enough to get the panel off. Any help will be appreciated.
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CARGO DOOR TRIM PANEL

REMOVAL
  1. Remove the screws attaching the cargo door pull cup to the cargo door.
  2. Remove the screw attaching the inside release handle to the cargo door NOTE: The cargo door trim panel is secured to the cargo door with spring clips and push-in fasteners
  3. Using a trim panel removal tool, remove the push-in fasteners attaching the trim panel to the cargo door.
  4. Pull the trim panel outward to disengage the spring clips.
  5. Separate the trim panel from the cargo door.
  6. Disengage the cargo door release cable from the inside release handle Cargo Door Release Cable
INSTALLATION
  1. Engage the cargo door release cable to the inside release handle.
  2. Position the trim panel on the cargo door.
  3. Align all fasteners and starting at the top of the panel, push into place to secure.
  4. Install the screw attaching the inside release handle to the cargo door.
  5. Install the screws attaching the cargo door pull cup to the cargo door.
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thanks,
that is the first time i saw an exploded view. i guess i could have gone to the dealer, but where is the fun in that...
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They can be a bit of a bear the first time or two you do those.
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I was going to attack them this afternoon, but since i have to take the doors off within the next couple of weeks to change the cab corners, i thought i would wait to change the speakers then.
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