It pretty self explanatory. If you have cranks, the crank is held on with a little U clip thing that needs to be pushed out with something, pretty easy. There are like 4 screws and a bunch of little clips around the edges that hold it on. Then the door handle and lock rods are there tose are kinda tricky, you have to push the clip off of them, take a good hard look at um and you'll figure it out. After that there should be some wire discos to disco. ( I just let the door panel hang on the wires) Thats about it. Hope you get it.
2012 RAM 1500 - Hemi
1994 Black XJ 2 door - 4.0 - Auto - Making a wheelin rig
Even easier then. There's about 4 screws, one right at the arm rest, and then located around the door panel. Unscrew, massage a bit, and it should pop off. Before yanking, disconnect the two quick connects for the electrical stuff.
5 screws and then you have to pull so that the plastic fasteners release (located around the door panel edges)
here's a pic, it's easy as pie. I just had to deal with this when my window regulator went out not too long ago.
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just take out the one screw in the corner by the mirror, then pull out the plastic tabs just in the speaker area and the bottom of the door. then if you have a short screwdriver you should easily be able to pull the speaker while you pry out the panel. then if you break a plastic tab, you can get more at advanced auto. thats how i did it and it worked just fine.