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Does anyone have the instruction on removing the door panel, specifically the inner panel. I need to access the door latch. I am constantly getting false "open door" alarms when the door is closed. It started periodically last week and is almost always on.

Thanks in advance.

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Does anyone have the instruction on removing the door panel, specifically the inner panel. I need to access the door latch. I am constantly getting false "open door" alarms when the door is closed. It started periodically last week and is almost always on.

Thanks in advance.

I am not sure if this will help a lot but this is all I could find on removing Door panels:

http://www.fvd.de/de/en/Porsche-0/Cayenne_955-15-46/-/2006/group/show/VID_8757923-VCD_36420431-gid_75-sort_4-display_20/InnerDoorPanel.html

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Does anyone have the instruction on removing the door panel, specifically the inner panel. I need to access the door latch. I am constantly getting false "open door" alarms when the door is closed. It started periodically last week and is almost always on.

Thanks in advance.

I am not sure if this will help a lot but this is all I could find on removing Door panels:

http://www.fvd.de/de...rDoorPanel.html

:eek: You can buy those same trim tools at Harbor Freight for under $8.00

I bought mine on sale for $4.99

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1. Removing trim panel for mirror triangle. Carefully lever out trim panel for mirror triangle 4

2. Unclipping switch for mirror adjustment. Unclip switch 5.

3. Pulling off plug. Operate lock on plug using a screwdriver and pull off plug 6.

4. Unclipping cover of inner door handle. Carefully lever out the trim -2-

5. Unclipping trim at armrest. Lever out the trim -3--A, B and C.

6. Unscrewing fastening screws. Unscrew fastening screws 7, 7a.

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7. Removing front door trim panel. Unclip front door trim panel 1 arrow D arrow E.

8. Pulling plug of door wiring harness off the control module. Release plug 8 10 9.

9. Pulling off plug for door loudspeaker Release plug for door loudspeaker -12--11-

10. & 11. Disengaging actuating cable for door lock.

A. Unlock fastening clip for actuating cable for door lock 13 by pressing the locking hook arrows and disengage from the guide slot arrow G.

B. Swivel pin -14- of actuating cable forward by 90° and disengage upward.

12. Removing door trim pane.

You may need to replace any plastic clips that broke on removal.

Install is basically the reverse. Be careful to not over-tighten the screws as they strip out easily.

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