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Old 08-06-2009, 05:56 PM   #1
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How to remove inner door moldings (videos)

Some videos I found on youtube..VF Electronics goes through and shows you how remove sections of the camaro..all on your own..enjoy..

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Old 08-06-2009, 06:25 PM   #2
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Old 08-06-2009, 06:43 PM   #3
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Old 08-06-2009, 08:56 PM   #5
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That is Great I think that will help for abl upgrades
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Thank you for posting this! Great team player move!
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Old 08-09-2009, 01:10 AM   #8
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Thread moved to the DIY section. For those looking for a DIY on a doors, they'd probably look here...not necessarily in the media section. figured it'd be better...lmk.
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when someone pulls there door panels, mind shooting some close ups of the abl
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Old 08-20-2009, 09:51 AM   #11
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Video leaves a few key points out:
1 - Pulling the door panel, there is a screw behind the door latch as they show, but also a screw under the pop up panel where the door hand hold is. Pop out the door hand hold with a scribe, the panel comes right up, and there is a screw there #3 phillips head.

2 - Behind the door panel, there are more electrical connectors than outlined as well. There is a mirror connector, window, trunk and tweeter connectors. The tweeter connector is accessed by removing a screw behind the tweeter panel at the top of the door near the side mirror.

3 - After removing the 3 screws outlined in the video, on the outer portions of the panel, pull the panel away firmly and the press on fasteners will release the panel. Next lift and pull the top of the panel away from the door. This will rellease the upper fasteners. I put my fingers on the door 'felt area' that sweeps the window and lifted up and away to release.

4 - Next lift the panel away from the door lock rod.

5 - The door latch rod will need to be disconnected by pushing the clip that attaches it to the door panel interior, forward and then freeing the cabel away from the panel, then lifting the ball out of the latch mechanism. Easy to do and visualize once your in there.

Not really too bad, just be 'tender' with the press on fasteners as they are an old design and get pulled out of shape and lose their latch quality over time and too much pulling. Be firm and easy on them.

All the electrical connectors have release type clips on the sides of their connectors. Take a good look at each and release the latch. Do not just try to pull the connector away for the door mounted female connector. the latches need to be released to remove the connector.
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Thread moved to the DIY section. For those looking for a DIY on a doors, they'd probably look here...not necessarily in the media section. figured it'd be better...lmk.
yea...I thought about that after i posted it
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Old 08-20-2009, 11:38 AM   #13
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These will be pretty useful in about 25-30 years when people start pulling these cars apart to do restorations on them. Will I be able to find them when I need them? Probably not.

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These will be pretty useful in about 25-30 years when people start pulling these cars apart to do restorations on them. Will I be able to find them when I need them? Probably not.

Thanks for posting.
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