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Old 05 Sep 2004, 04:34 pm
Harry
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Default how to remove Civic door panel?

The passenger window on my 2002 Civic LX sticks halfway up. I need to remove
the interior door panel to see what's wrong, but don't see any screws or pry
places. Can anyone help?

Harry


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Old 05 Sep 2004, 10:56 pm
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Default Re: how to remove Civic door panel?

Remove all visible Philip screws (door armrest, behind the door opener
lever, etc). Anything that is not visible is simply a plastic fastener that
can be pried or you can pull the panel out manually....forcibly.

"Harry" <hnjchild@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:JDL_c.6866$Vl5.1947@newsread2.news.atl.earthl ink.net...
> The passenger window on my 2002 Civic LX sticks halfway up. I need to

remove
> the interior door panel to see what's wrong, but don't see any screws or

pry
> places. Can anyone help?
>
> Harry
>
>



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Old 06 Sep 2004, 08:05 am
Frank
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Default Re: how to remove Civic door panel?

Check rsx.com for a DIY. The RSX is based on the civic and its
panels are probably installed the sameway.

Check the net for your Civic DIY. I am sure there are tons given
its Modding popularity. Also, check radio manifacturer sites,
sometime they tell you how to install speakers...

Good luck

"nntp" <johndoe@large.com> wrote in message
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> Remove all visible Philip screws (door armrest, behind the door
> opener
> lever, etc). Anything that is not visible is simply a plastic
> fastener that
> can be pried or you can pull the panel out
> manually....forcibly.
>
> "Harry" <hnjchild@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:JDL_c.6866$Vl5.1947@newsread2.news.atl.earthl ink.net...
>> The passenger window on my 2002 Civic LX sticks halfway up. I
>> need to

> remove
>> the interior door panel to see what's wrong, but don't see any
>> screws or

> pry
>> places. Can anyone help?
>>
>> Harry
>>
>>

>
>



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Old 07 Sep 2004, 11:50 am
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Default Re: how to remove Civic door panel?

"Harry" <hnjchild@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<JDL_c.6866$Vl5.1947@newsread2.news.atl.earth link.net>...
> The passenger window on my 2002 Civic LX sticks halfway up. I need to remove
> the interior door panel to see what's wrong, but don't see any screws or pry
> places. Can anyone help?
>
> Harry


Try removing the speaker cover first. The screws are probably behind that.

You can read my attempt at fixing my passenger window here:

http://groups.google.com/groups?dq=&...1a3a542a307b4c
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