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    mark haake
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    Default 2002 silverado door panel removal

    Does anyone have any info/diagrams to remove the door panel and also the rear panels (behind the seat) for a 2002 Chevy Silverado? I got the window crank, the screw at lower front and at the arm rest removed but can't figure out how to get the panel to pull away from the door.

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    make sure theres no trim pieces around the door handle, after that, just pull. theyre held on by basically a ribbed plastic nail. youre going to hear a bunch of popping when they come off, but all that is is the ribs popping out.
    im not sure but this might help you out a little bit...its off of a '96 chevy
    http://www.sounddomain.com/memberpage/531337/6
    -Cody
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    Unfortunately it does not appear to be mounted in the normal fashion. I ran a screwdriver under the panel and around the door edge before I hit a mounting hardware device. I have removed panels from other GM products that had the push pin type attachments. This model GM truck does not appear to use those devices. I cannot figure out how the panel gets removed. I tried to pull out, pull up, pull down and pull backward and forward on the panel without success.

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    thats very odd...if you could, i would try uploading a picture of your door and posting it at www.fullsizechevy.com , im sure someone there will have an answer for you.
    -Cody
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