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Can anyone help? I'm trying to remove the front door cards. I've removed all screws yet the door card still seems to be solidly fixed to the door. ANyone know of any tips or tricks to help with the removal?

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As you will see in this vid there appears to be fixing behind the panel which he does not show in the vid.. check that out..

 

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At about 3:13 it mentions undoing the handle mechanism, then the wiring plugs.
But OP says "solidly" attached, which doesn't really explain it.
 

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With a plastic pry tool, pry the bottom left corner outwards. Screws aren't the only thing holding the door card. You have a slew of clips that also hold the card to the door. They are awful clips and you are most likely to snap at least a few of them. You can buy repayments from ebay.

Like spacecadet mentioned. When you remove the top half of the door card. Be sure to keep the card held close to you. Because you'll need to remove the door handle cable and the connectors for your switches and speaker. Before you can fully remove the door card.
 

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With a plastic pry tool, pry the bottom left corner outwards. Screws aren't the only thing holding the door card. You have a slew of clips that also hold the card to the door. They are awful clips and you are most likely to snap at least a few of them. You can buy repayments from ebay.

Like spacecadet mentioned. When you remove the top half of the door card. Be sure to keep the card held close to you. Because you'll need to remove the door handle cable and the connectors for your switches and speaker. Before you can fully remove the door card.
Excellent you've smashed it people.. 馃挭
 

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Ended up being very easy to remove the cards. You just use a big bar/screwdriver with a cloth over the end on the bottom lockside corner, give it a good yank and off it comes!

thanks again for the help
 
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