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ok i'v got the 2 screws but the handle out...adn the one and the bottom right of the door panel just trying to figure out how the hell to get the dang window roller thingy out so i can get it off to paint it???? please help asap i'm in the garage right now
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ok the window crank is accully a cover the snaps off down where it attaches to the door, it will pop off to reveal the under side of the crank lever and you will see the hex head screw.
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what he said ^
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also becareful not the brake the cover because it still held on down by the hand crank part.
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so just pull?
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correct pull out where the crank meets the door and the cover will pop off THAT END of it, it will not come off fully, but it swings out of the way
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Don't just pull or you'll break the cover. You need a small screwdriver to separate the cover. Then you rotate it out of the way.
http://www.cpu-net.com/host/gndnovak/SoundDeaden.htm
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that pics show what i was trying to explain
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i got it thanks now i'm fixing to paint it will post pics in a few if this works
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ok heres some pics of the work...
what do ya think? it's way shiney than stock
o yeah i painted it with plastic modle spray paint.. flat black and 2 coats of a clearcoat
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looks pretty good to me...
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nice job!
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