How To Remove Door Panel 98-10 VW Volkswagen Beetle

How To Remove Door Panel 98-10 VW Volkswagen Beetle

1A Auto shows you how to remove or replace the interior door panel trim on your vehicle. You need to remove the door panel for a number of different repairs, for example door handles, window regulators, power window motors, door locks and more. This video, will help you do this. The video is applicable to the 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10 Volkswagen Beetle

🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• Phillips Head Screwdriver
• T20 Driver

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Joe Schoe says:

Do you need to do this with the window down?

Jesus G Lopez says:

Thanks for sharing.

jim faltakas says:

Greetings, can a cabrio door panel fit a hatchback?

saraheerie says:

This is perfect, thank you!

Samantha Winnen says:

Hello, do you need to disconnect the battery/power supply before doing this? I have seen other people not able to start the car after reinstalling if they didn’t disconnect the battery, some sort of anti theft thing?

heyitseli says:

where can I find a door panel for a beetle ?

T Stang says:

wow this looks easy to do but IT ISNT ….

Mark Dan says:

Thanks mate! Awesome video

A. Archer says:

Thanks! Hopefully my wife will appreciate that I did it "myself" !! Her speaker screen popped out. Now fixed!

Rancho De Las Palmas says:

Thank you!!!

David Staley says:

Ty so much for this

Shon9tilR says:

I can’t open my doors from the inside. It’s not the door cable, it stays in place. Any suggestions?

rodrod5000 says:

Always good videos. Just what I needed today. Thank you.

Tanisha CB says:

Hi I'd like to know if you can remove the painted body colour panel from the door card if so how?

Hansum Squidward says:

Do I need to unscrew the door handle to be able to remove the panel? On my passenger door I cant get to one of the screws behind the handle because its glued together.

Ready Teddy says:

I could be wrong but I think those things that you are calling "harnesses" are actually just "electrical connectors." My understanding is that a "harness" refers to a large number of wires, a set of wires, that are fastened together mechanically, with tape, and wire ties, and having appropriate electrical connectors pre-installed on the wire ends, so as to make placing them in the vehicle, routing them, and hooking them up, easier.

Inga MacDonald says:

i have a question, i just bought a 2000 vw beetle and the T20 screws for the door panel are missing. can i use any other screws ? if not do you sell them at 1A auto?

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