1999 E36 316i Compact - Door panel removal

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    Been looking online for a while now, on how to remove the interior door panels on my 2 door Compact.

    I have looked round the whole door panel and cannot find any screws or caps, is this a prize with a screwdriver job?
     
     

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    See here for door panel or door card removal. http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...outing-t19986/
     
     

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    Cheers Ronnie, off I trot to see the plugs behind the door pull.
     
     

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    Just so anyone else wants to know, I was blind the one and only screw on the door panel is just under the door handle at the front. Torque Screwdriver needed.
     
     

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