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95 chevy beretta: paneling?? specifically the manual window crank

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on a 95 chevy beretta 2dr how do you remove the paneling?? specifically the manual window crank?
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Chevy
Expert:  ase_master327 replied 8 years ago.
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  1. If equipped with manual windows, remove the window regulator handle. A special window crank handle removal tool is usually required if there is not a phillips or Torx screw in the handle.



  2. Remove the inside door handle and lock escutcheon.



  3. Using Torx® No. 30, remove the pull handle screws.



  4. Disengage the nine clips and velcro retainer with a door trim removal tool No. J 38778, or equivalent.



  5. If necessary, remove the trim panel retaining screws.



  6. Pull the trim upward and detach it from the inner sealing strip.



  7. Remove the trim panel from the door.



  8. Remove the clips and velcro retainer from the trim panel.


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Unfasten the door handle escutcheon retaining screw



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Remove the remaining escutcheon retaining screw(s) ...



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... then maneuver the door handle escutcheon around the handle and out of the vehicle



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Don't forget to detach the power window electrical connector from the escutcheon



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Unfasten the door trim panel retaining screws located in the pull handle



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Remove the screws located on the outer side of the trim panel



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Unfasten the lower trim panel retaining screws



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You can use a special tool to unfasten the trim panel retaining buttons



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Remove the seat belt trim piece



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Feed the bottom of the seat belt through the door trim panel ...



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... then remove the door trim panel from the vehicle



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Exploded view of the front door trim panel - 1991-96 Beretta



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Front door inside handle and lock escutcheon - 1991-96 vehicles



To install:




  1. Install the clips and velcro retainer to the trim panel.



  2. Position the trim panel to the door and align the top edge to the inner sealing strip.



  3. Press the trim panel into the sealing strip.



  4. Route the door lock harness through the opening of the trim pad.



  5. Install the trim panel to the door inner panel aligning the guide pins to the slots in the inner panel.



  6. Position the clips against the holes in the door inner panel.



  7. Apply pressure to secure to secure the velcro and engage the clips.



  8. Using Torx® No. 30, install the pull handle screws.



  9. Install the inside door handle and lock escutcheon.



  10. Install the window regulator handle.



























Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Reply to ase_master327's Post: what kind of window handle removal tool do I need?? there is no screw holding the handle to the regulator. and how would I use this tool to take the handle off?
Expert:  ase_master327 replied 8 years ago.
Here is a picture of the tool, they are less than $10 at autozone. Put a towel against the door panel (to protect it) and slide the tool between the handle & panel to remove the lock clip. You will feel when it lets go, then pull the handle off easily.
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