Look for trim caps on the underside of the armrest. Pry off the cap(s) to
expose the screws that holde the armrest in place. Remove the screws.
If you have manual windows, use a thin shank screwdriver to pop the C-clip
between the crank and interior door panel and remove the crank.
Look for any screws at the bottom of the interior door panel and remove
Starting at the bottom of the panel, carefully pull the panel away from the
door frame, working your way around the bottom and sides of the door panel.
Once all of the clips are free, lift straight up.
Pull the interior plastic off, gripping as close to the where the black
putty holds the plastic as you can. Sharp jerking movements seem to tear
the plastic less. When putting it back together, use duct tape to repair
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