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Gundo

997 Door Panel Removal

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997 Door Panel Removal


Hi - got some great painted parts from bumperplugs that I wanted to install, but couldn't find the documentation to remove the door panels for a 997. the 987 instructions are close, but different enough to cause a problem if you pry where you shouldn't. So here we go, I tried to document with enough pictures for you to do by yourself. As always, be careful and take precautions when working on your car and around airbags. Gundo PET Diagram of door panel: step 1 step 2 step 3 st

 

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this is step 7 to 13:

step 7

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step 8

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step 9

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step 11

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step 12

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this is step 14 and 15:

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Hi, how did you get from step 6 to 7, tried pulling door panel but nothing, dont want to damage anything

regards Tim

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HI Gundo, I'am a new member from Holland. Nice job and very clear, thanks for this. I have a question, why didn't you color the air vents in the dashboard, is this too hard to do? I add a picture how I want to adjust my interior. Please do reply on the air vents. Thanks

FRIMARG

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