Removing Door Panels

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    Question Removing Door Panels

    Hello everyone, can some body give me some detail instructions as to how I can remove the door panel from front and rear doors on my tundra 2003. I trying to install new speakers and I have no clue how to remove the panels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TICO30
    Hello everyone, can some body give me some detail instructions as to how I can remove the door panel from front and rear doors on my tundra 2003. I trying to install new speakers and I have no clue how to remove the panels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TICO30
    Hello everyone, can some body give me some detail instructions as to how I can remove the door panel from front and rear doors on my tundra 2003. I trying to install new speakers and I have no clue how to remove the panels.
    Back doors:
    Remove the screw in the door handle then remove the frame around the door handle.It has two little clips right where the handle swings out.One on the top of the handle and one on the bottom.With a little screw driver you can unlock the clips.Then remove the two screws in the on the arm rest.Open the back window then you pull on the panel(maybe start in the corner or on top) not to hard then the clips in the back of the door panel will unlock and the panel will start to pop off.

    Front door:
    Same with the door handle.Take the screw out and take out the frame around the handle.The part of the panel near the dash there are two circles.They are the covers for the screws.I belive they are tork scews though so you will need a torks head screw driver.Where the arm rest is on the door panel there are two little door hiding the two more screw.I think they are torks head to.Roll down the window,.then pull on the panel and after it pops all of the clips in the back pull up so it can undo where the window ledge is.Then from there undo all the electrical connections.

    Here is a tip:
    In the back door where the speaker is take off the whole speaker with mounting where its bolted to the door.After you take it off there will be a big hole there in the door.If you make a plate(made from wood)and use the mounting holes for the old speaker box that bolted to the door you can cut a 6X9 hole in the plate you made and bolt a 6X9 speaker to the plate and bolt it to the door where the old mounting screw where.The hole is big enough(in the door)for a nice 6X9 speaker to fit in.

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