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    Default Removing driver door panel on 1999 tahoe

    I have to replace the window motor on the front drivers side of
    my 1999 Tahoe. The thermal fuse keeps opening and I have
    to wait in between attempts to raise/lower the window. Are
    there any instructions available on removing the panel???????

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    Bottom is held in by those christmas tree retainers. Pry gently outward with a putty knife. Mid way up theres some screws in around door handle. Once everything is undone. Gently lift upwards, theres clips up by window trim., That will let go and panel will pop out. Go easy pulling it away as to not pull on wiring to hard, then undo from bottom of power window switch.


    2007 Ford E250(Work van) (Ya, Ya, shut up!)
    1996 GMC Sierra SLE 1500 5.7L/4L60E

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    Default 1999 Tahoe Door Panel

    I followed the advice and the panel is now off. Now I just
    have to figure out how to change out the window motor. I
    took the door speaker out and I am hoping (tomorrow) I
    can get my hand in there to change it.

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