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How to Remove Door Panel With Manual Windows and Locks

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Old 01-08-2007, 08:16 PM
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How to Remove Door Panel With Manual Windows and Locks

I'm wondering how to remove the door panel on my truck. I have a 2003 F-150 standard, single cab. It is a flareside. My truck is the old body style. The locks and windows are manual. I've seen many posts on how to remove the door panels, but all seem to give directions for a truck with power locks and windows. If you could help me, I'd appreciate it.
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Old 01-09-2007, 09:40 PM
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To get off the window crank:
Pry the black plastic cover up a little and slide it around, revealing a screw in the center Unscrew and remove the screw.

Pull the vertical piece of trim off/pry it off. It has those infamous clips. This will uncover a screw, which you should loosen and remove.

At the handle, there's another screw. Remove it (it's recessed).

gently pull the piece up and out.

I'm going outside now to make sure all this is correct.

You have the same truck as me, BTW. Except you have flareside...
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Old 01-09-2007, 09:43 PM
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Originally Posted by f-150sport03
At the handle, there's another screw. Remove it (it's recessed).
CORREECTION: The screw is behing the moulding of the door opening handle/lever. The moulding pries off (it's another clip), and the screw is visible. Sorry for the error--it's been awhile since I did my speakers...

If this doesn't make sense, PM or email me.
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