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    removing manuel window handles???

    ive gotten everything off my door panel exept the screw which looks like it is coming from the window cranks? neone know how to remove these? have tried jus bout everything.







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    what kind of car is it somethere is clip on the back of the handle and some have a screw in the middle




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    its an 02 xterra. ive felt around and i think i found a screw, or somthin, on the back of the handle but theres really no way to get at it. completely stumped




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    Go to a dealership and ask them. They should be able to tell you step-by-step how to remove anything and everything off your vehicle. They all have complete service manuels on CD-ROM, complete with pictures to help you through it. If they try to charge you for this info, go to another dealership.



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