Hi, i've posted the procedures below. Thanks,
Removal and Installation (rear):
Sorry, I should have been more descriptive. A "trim stick" is another word for upholstry remover tool. Most part stores carry some version of a trim clip removal tools, most are made of plastic or some type of protective coating to keep the trim panel from becoming damaged, since you'll have to pry against it to "pop" it loose. I've found that a flat-tip screwdriver works just as good, if wrapped with a terry cloth/shop towel. Basically, regardless of what tool or method you choose to remove the trim panel, be carefull because when pulling or prying on it to remove the clips, you can easily bend or break the panel which will make it difficult to keep taught against the door when you've completed the repairs. There are aftermarket techniques to successfully repair the panel in some cases, but if it will need replacement - it can be costly. Even if it's your first time it's best to evaluate where each clip is positioned and go about the job gently so that to avoid accidently damaging the panel. Your welcome to post back to me is you need further assitance during the process. Thanks
The trim clips pop into the door itself, so they'll need to be poped forward. If you have them loose around the outer edge of the door and the door trim is not completely loose, you may have missed a screw either in the door handle, or armrest. There may be one hook type hold down under the upper portion of the armrest, so once the clips are popped out, it's good practice to move the panel in an upward motion so that any hooks underneath will disengage as well. Also, once the clips are loosened you'll be able to pull the panel outward slightly and view the underneath with a flashlite to make sure there are no further holddowns. Unfortunalty, these are the best diagrams I am aware of, but let me know if you run into any trouble.