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Old 03-30-2009, 08:32 PM   #1
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How do I remove the interior door panel on a '99 GT?

I screwed up my damn window tint because of the felt strip and I want to take it off so when the replacement arrives so I can try again.
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Old 03-30-2009, 09:07 PM   #2
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you have to remove the trim piece that holds the switches; it snaps in and out but be careful, the little tabs break easily.

behind the trim you should see a couple screws, remove those. also, there's a plastic push pin down by the speaker on the outside edge that you have to remove. you might want to pull the tweeter cover off too.

now grasp the panel at the bottom and sort of pull down then out slighty. after the bottom is free, you should be able to lift it up and off
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Old 03-30-2009, 09:10 PM   #3
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that felt weather stripping does not come off with the panel, i was going to do the same thing but gave up once i got the panel off. it looked like a pita to get off
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That's a bummer!!
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that felt weather stripping does not come off with the panel, i was going to do the same thing but gave up once i got the panel off. it looked like a pita to get off
Are you talking about the inner or outer felt wipe. The inner one is attached to the door panel on my 02GT. I just had it off and replaced the outer one because it was scratching the glass on the outside of the car!? The outer one is attached to the door (1 rivet) and is about $35 or so from Ford. I would have to look at a door panel again to see if the inner was replaceable and how it was attached, but I would think both would be replaceable, not just the outer. Who knows, Ford may want you to buy the entire panel though!!!
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just take your time...its easy.
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How do I remove the interior door panel on a '99 GT?

I screwed up my damn window tint because of the felt strip and I want to take it off so when the replacement arrives so I can try again.
Thanks,
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Lynn,
wasn't sure if you had already got your door panel off or not, but I stumbled across this helpful little link and thought I'd pass it along...

How to remove the door panel on a 1999 - 2004 Ford Mustang
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Cool, thanks!!

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wasn't sure if you had already got your door panel off or not, but I stumbled across this helpful little link and thought I'd pass it along...

How to remove the door panel on a 1999 - 2004 Ford Mustang
Hey, thanks for posting this link. It was very helpful in getting my panel safely off and on. This forum rocks!
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