Removing Camry door interior ?

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Old 18 May 2009, 12:34 pm   #1 (permalink)
Johnny Melvin
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Default Removing Camry door interior ?

Hi,

I have a 1995 4 cly CAMRY.
Had it from new.

But recently got a rattle from within the drivers door.
Yesterday on a run it drove me crazy.

So today, tools at the ready ( retired engineer )

Could I H**L as like get the Bezel off the door
release from inside.

Its the one surrounding the Pull to open door release

The Haynes manual says " pry it off ".
I tried what I considered to reasonable force.
But no way could I get it off.

How is this removed ?
What am I missing

Before rattle drives me to drink.

Johnny UK


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Old 19 May 2009, 01:09 am   #2 (permalink)
johngdole@hotmail.com
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Default Re: Removing Camry door interior ?

Look at the the following write-up:

http://autorepair.about.com/library/.../aa092504b.htm

Basically there are two "dowel pins", for the lack of a better term,
on the handle/lock-lever assembly (one points up and the other down)
that lock into the bezel about where the red arrow points.

You basically use a screwdriver to carefully "pry" the bezel away (up/
down) slightly from the handle/lock-lever area and gently pull the
bezel out away from the dowel pin.

On May 18, 9:34*am, "Johnny Melvin" <joh...@melvin.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I have a 1995 4 cly CAMRY.
> Had it from new.
>
> But recently got a rattle from within the drivers door.
> Yesterday on a run it drove me crazy.
>
> So today, tools at the ready *( retired engineer )
>
> Could I H**L as like get the Bezel off the door
> release from inside.
>
> Its the one surrounding the Pull to open door release
>
> The Haynes manual says " pry it off ".
> I tried what I considered to reasonable force.
> But no way could I get it off.
>
> How is this removed ?
> What am I missing
>
> Before rattle drives me to drink.
>
> Johnny UK


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