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Old 04-30-2008, 02:25 PM
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91 300CE door panel rmvl

I need to work on my window moter/etc. inside the drivers door...What is the proper way to remove the door panels/trim/etc. to access the area?
Any special tools required?

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Old 04-30-2008, 03:05 PM
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Try this,
94 w124 door panel removal, door check replacement, map pocket fix - DIY
and don't be afraid to use the search.
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Old 04-30-2008, 03:11 PM
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Try this,
94 w124 door panel removal, door check replacement, map pocket fix - DIY
and don't be afraid to use the search.

I appreciate it...My internet skills gernerally suck...but, I CAN do calculus...
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Old 05-01-2008, 08:17 AM
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Wink Door panel removal - 300CE

I have taken off my door panels to install new door "holders" and it really is not too difficult.
You just start from the top right and remove or unscrew each segment of the door supports, handles, arm rest etc etc. A tedious job, but not really too hard when you know what to work on.

The Mercedes 300CE door hangs on the top rail of the door instead of being attached with studs around the perimeter, which is really better when you get used to it.

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Old 05-01-2008, 08:30 AM
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I have taken off my door panels to install new door "holders" and it really is not too difficult.
You just start from the top right and remove or unscrew each segment of the door supports, handles, arm rest etc etc. A tedious job, but not really too hard when you know what to work on.

The Mercedes 300CE door hangs on the top rail of the door instead of being attached with studs around the perimeter, which is really better when you get used to it.

BC

Yes, I noticed several differences, in the write up and photos, because the CE being a coupe has a much larger door and more trim peices...I was glad to get your response, for its better to talk to someone who has actually performed the panel removal on an actual Coupe model door...I'm probably going to start the job on Saturday, so that I have plenty of time to take my time...stand by for possible questions...thanks

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