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I haven't had a panel off of that car, but normally just look for screws in the door handle and usually the panel is clipped to the door. You might need a clip removal tool which you can get at an auto parts store for about 4 bucks...makes it a little easier, but you can just take your time and work them out if you decide not to buy one. When you get the panel loose....work from the bottom up....lift it straight up because there is a lip on the top of the door. good luck

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There is a black trim panel behind the chrome door handle. Carefully pry it out and remove the screw. Behind the pull handle on the door, there is a flap that can be pulled out a bit and pulled up. It doesn't look like it pulls up, but the cardboard inside is preforated, so don't worry about breaking it, it will fold up. Remove the two screws behind it. I also think there are two screws at the bottom of the trim panel. Gently pull the panel from the bottom all the way around to pull out the eight? fasteners. Next disconnect the latch cable from the door handle by prying out on the white tab and pulling backward-you will figure it out. Kind of hard doing it by yourself, but I've done it several times. Disconnect the electrical connectors and remove the door panel. If you need to remove the water deflector, remove the door module and push in the center pin in the fasteners-they are reusable-you will figure it out. I know it doesn't look like they will push in but they will.

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