From the Haynes manual for the earlier Xantia I have scanned in this sction.
Please excuse spelling/grammar as I whizzed it through an OCR package/
Front door Panel Removal
I Open the door, then lower the window glass to approximately two-thirds of
its travel. and disconnect the battery negative lead. 2 Lilt up the inner
door lock operating button then. using a small screwdriver, depress
retaining tab, and slide off the button is illustration).
S On models with manual windows, pull the winder handle off the spindle, and
then remove the spindle trim plate.
4 Unscrew the screw from the lower real edge of the interior handle surround
5 Carefully prise the surround panel from the. interior handle. Where
applicable, disconnect the wiring plug~ from the electric window electric
mirror switches, and withdraw the panel (see Illustration). Similarly. when
applicable, disconnect the mirror remote control mechanism from the panel.
6 Remove the two armrest tower screws.
7 Remove the armrest upper securing screw, located in the interior handle
aperture (rote that the armrest is integral with~ the door inner trim panel)
8 Remove the door inner trim panel securing screw, which is located at the
front edge the interior handle aperture (see illustration).
9 Using a screwdriver, carefully prise off the loudspeaker cover panel.
10 Working in the loudspeaker aperture, remove the three door inner trim
panel securing screws (see illustration.
11 Using a suitable forked tool, release the securing clips, and withdraw
the trim panel from the door. Disconnect the loudspeaker wiring as the panel
12 If the plastic sealing sheet is to be removed it will be necessary to
remove the interior door handle (see Section ~3) and, where applicable, the
electric windows control unit, as follows:
a) The electric windows control unit is
secured by two screws which also secure the wiring connect or plate.
the wiring plug from the control unit, then
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