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#1 (permalink) Old 11-21-2009, 02:36 PM
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1995 S500 coupe door panel removal

I need to remove the door panel on my car it is different from the four door. Does anyone know how to remove this from a coupe. The main problem is the seat switch has some trim around that the sedan does not. I have removed several sedan panels in the past but this trim has stumped me I dont want to damage the wood.

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i removed the door panel on my s600 coupe because my window slider was broken! it was painful until i got it! how to remove the door panel its easy! first unscrew the side door trim on the side where the hinge is! then its all plastic clips around! u dnt have to take out switch first u take the whole panel off with the switch on and then if u need u ll figure it out! once u get all clips out grab the panel and lift it up and it will come off then remove wires from switches etc.... if u need more help PM me !
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Thanks for the help.

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Remove Steel side plates - 8 screws

a) Open compartment on arm rest
b) remove 3 circular black covers then remove screws
c) Remove felt cover inside compartment and at base of grab handle then remove screw

Loosten plastic retaining clips around edge of door pad

Remove triangular inside mirror cover

Remove doorpad and disconnect wiring

You can now:
a) Repair doorpad
b) Remove / replace / repair memory seat switches
c) Remove / replace / repair wood trim
d) Remove / replace / repair door handle

Reverse for installation.

Hope this helps someone.

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