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      Front door panel

      How do you remove the front door panel on a 2010 aveo LT 4 door. I have the door handle screw and 2 from the panel right in front of the door handle. I dont know how to access any other screws(if there are any other screws for it?) and it still wont come off. Doing this to install new speakers



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      pull hard? and upward at the same time.


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      so it does only have 3 screws, even for the 2010 model. I know I read that someone was saying 2009-2010 model are different. Just making sure because I dont want to brake it.

      Thanks rabbit

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      should i be pulling really hard, like feels like it will break kind of hard? Because it is not coming out and id rather not break it.

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      are you getting the edges loose with a trim tool? kind of like a spatula? go around the edges and pop on to see if that feels like what you are fighting.


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      I finally got it, probably not the right way but nothing broke and that's what was important. Other door panels I've seen didn't clip in there like the Aveo does. But I come to find out that the speakers I bought don't even fit yet they are 4"s.

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      I'm stuck in the same boat. I have the 1 screw removed from the pull handle. That's it. I've looked everywhere and I can't seem to find any spot that's removable to find the 2 screws you mentioned in front of the door handle. I don't want to mess this door up. I have a 2010 Aveo5
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      Ok anyone have a video on this yet i just changed out my rear speakers an about to do the front doors. But not sure how to get the panel off. Any help.

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      This is a pic from the Chilton Manual for 2009 Aveo5 which I guess is similar to the 2010.

      Also there is a thread here regarding front door panel: How to remove the Door Panel on a 2007-2012 Chevy Aveo SEDAN
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      Thanx im try today an let ya now what happens



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