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Removing Celica Door Panel?


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Look at the picture please below.

The spots of red indicate where the retainging screws are, but after removing these I still can't get the door panel off. I know there are plastic clips at the bottom that plug into the door and they appear to have come out but it doesn't wanna budge.

Any ideas. I need to check the central locking and window inside.........

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Thanks FIZZ, in general it is.

Except for the paint loss on the rear bumper and rear passenger side dent (caused by hit & runners in Brixton when I was away from the car).

White is a b :censor: to keep clean though..........Bah.........

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Oh, the alloys need refurbing as well.................

so do mine! they are a right state!!!!

i guess it didnt help when a tow truck hit straight into one of em and send me straight for a central reservation curb on an island..... but where can i get THE SAME FINISH FROM?! no one round here wants to touch em cos they scared they aint gonna get the finish....

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It's corrosion that's hit mine over 12 years of spinning.

I'm told there is a place in Kent (advert in classifieds of Banzai) that will dip them, strip them, spray them and they will look brand new again. About £30-35 +VAT per wheel.

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yeah but can they get the laquared platinum finish again? its my only worry.

this garage near me said they could do anything. so i went down and showed em, but they hadnt ever seen a finish like that... they say theyd do their best, but i told em that if they go for and they dont turn out exactly the way i want, then i aint payin em.... they decided not to go thru with it. they attempted my mate chrome st220 wheels and bodged em right up! instead of chrome, they are now a mix match of blakish silver paint.... looks pants.

so unles they are absolutely **** hot, im not goin near em. i need strong personal reconmendations here guys.... help us out.

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Thanks FIZZ, in general it is.

Except for the paint loss on the rear bumper and rear passenger side dent (caused by hit & runners in Brixton when I was away from the car).

White is a b :censor: to keep clean though..........Bah.........

ahh.. i hear what ya sayin about keepin it clean...

My black GT is a !Removed! to keep clean!..

IMO black cars look the business but also collect and shows dust more than any other car! :angry::ph34r:

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