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How to Remove Passenger Interior Door Panels in 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokees

    • 1). Put your safety glasses on. Remember that safety comes first whenever you do any mechanical work on your car.

    • 2). Open your car's hood and disconnect the negative "-" cable from the battery terminal to prevent any possible shocks when removing the door panel.

    • 3). Remove all of the panel screws and the armrest screw located in the armrest assembly using a Phillips-head screwdriver. Use a flat-head screwdriver or the putty knife to remove the door handle cover after removing the screw holding it down. Make sure to place the screws in a container or in a safe location to avoid losing them if you're thinking of putting the panel back into place.

    • 4). Insert a putty knife between the door and the panel. Start working the knife around to disengage any clips holding the panel in place. Do not attempt to force the panel out as this may damage the clips. Continue working the knife until the panel is free from the door.

    • 5). Disconnect all of the electrical connectors between the panel and the door and remove the panel completely. Carefully peel away the water protector to get access to the door's internal components.

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