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Old 02 Dec 2009, 03:30 pm
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Default 2000 Accord rocker panel stuck

I'm all set to replace my driver's side fender on my 00 Accord EX coupe, but I can't get the rocker panel off to get at the lower rear screw of the fender. I removed all four screws/grommets, and prying the panel away I can see there are some clips inside it, but I'm not sure how best to proceed from there. I don't want to damage the panel.

Does it slide forward? Pull straight out? Is this something you can only really do right with a clip tool? Haynes would have you believe it comes right off by removing two screws and making a wish.

What's the trick here?

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