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kerry3113 11-01-2009 01:07

How to remove inside door panel?
 
My 3 year old daughter has pushed my petrol card down through the tiny gap on her window. You can just see the top of the card between the door and the window, but you can't get at it.

My car repairing ability is very low, but know the garage will laugh at me if I ask them to sort it out and think I could probably handle a screwdriver as I'm quite good with that kind of thing. However, I have no idea where to start! Someone suggested putting a thin knife down too to see if that will flip it up. I'm worried it might cause more damage. Any ideas?

Since joining this forum, I seem to be finding more problems, but luckily youare all so accomodating with me. Thanks!

Toxic 11-01-2009 13:41

took this from the Leon MKII FAQ's it may help.

Front:
http://www.seat-online.nl/admin_priv...agbaak/dpf.pdf

Back:
http://www.seat-online.nl/admin_priv...agbaak/rdp.pdf

klawit 13-01-2009 12:31

... and if you like to see, what 5P-doors & panels look like when dismounted

=> http://www.seat-altea.it/html/module...ewtopic&t=2588

=> http://www.autotitre.com/forum/SEAT_...0p1026.htm#r46
=> http://www.autotitre.com/forum/SEAT_...0p1010.htm#r15

=> http://www.seatforum.de/forum/showth...7934#post97934

so you can combine Toxic's links and mine ... ;)

good luck ... Klaus

pdh 14a 16-01-2009 20:48

Just get a plasic ruler or something and pop it back out! as long as you don't use something metal,it should be fine! :)

carpboy 25-04-2011 18:15

My sons window regualtor on his 3 door,well the wire is all twisted so i believe this is why the window no longer goes up or down,i ahave removed the door card but can find knowhere on how to remove the inner door skin!any ideas as the above links dont work,i think looking at it i need to remove the handle and door lock but i will await replys,

cheers

sorry just realised this is in the altea forums!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

techie 25-04-2011 18:23

Quote:

Originally Posted by carpboy (Post 3457958)
My sons window regualtor on his 3 door,well the wire is all twisted so i believe this is why the window no longer goes up or down,i ahave removed the door card but can find knowhere on how to remove the inner door skin!any ideas as the above links dont work,i think looking at it i need to remove the handle and door lock but i will await replys,

cheers

sorry just realised this is in the altea forums!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

What car do you have?

carpboy 25-04-2011 18:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by techie (Post 3457967)
What car do you have?


sorry its a 3dr ibiza 2004

techie 25-04-2011 18:41

This is my guide for a Fabia, it's pretty much identical.

http://briskoda.net/forums/topic/119...aries-carrier/

carpboy 25-04-2011 18:50

cheers m8,just hope i dont have to remove the lock and door handle seems a lot of hassle but will go through your guide.

carpboy 15-05-2011 20:35

done the windpw regulator,nightmare job,didnt bother with repair kit brought a new genuine regulator complete,97 pound ebay,trouble was the pop rivets that come with t he kit are masive so had to drill new holes in the metal panel but al done now!!!!cheers for the link and piccies tho!

Keir 26-02-2012 21:01

I've got the door card off. but how the hell to do you remove the plastic part of the door it clips onto?
(rear door)


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