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are you positive the rattle is inside? rattles very often come from the door latch. a piece of duct tape on the U shaped piece towards the outside will help you eliminate that possibility.

I'm pretty sure that that the rattle is from the inside. When I push (hard) the door trim around the area of the door handle handle the rattle disappear.

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Can sombody help me with a DIY or tips/picture, how I remove and install the door trim panel? I need to fix a rattle on the inside which drive me nuts.

from my memory...

1) remove the door mirror cover, left up and then pull. Be very careful that you don't break the tab. It's part of the gasket. If you break it you will need to replace the entire window gasket.

2) remove the screws using a torx screwdriver. I forget the exact size

a. remove the door handle, it's behind the round cap, carefully remove the cap,

b. near the door mirror cover

c. behind the rear door (see part #14, #4)

d. pull up #16 from the door pocket cover side, you will see a screw inside

e. carefully pry out the door bottom light, you will see a screw inside.

3) carefully pull out the door panel. you may need to use some force.

4) there are 9 clips that you may need to replace because you may damage it from removing them.

good luck

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