S10 Blazer door panel removal, back p...

S10 Blazer door panel removal, back panal removal

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Geoff

Ottawa, Canada

#1 Mar 18, 2007
How do I remove the rear panel and door panel to get at speakers on 1999 S10 Blazer 2door 4x4
Jeff

Concord, NC

#2 Mar 27, 2007
use a needle nose plyer to pull out pin in the door handle, and then remove screws
Jim

Denver, CO

#4 Jan 22, 2008
How do I remove the drivers side door panel(s) in order to replace the outside rear view mirror?
Ron

Quincy, MA

#5 Feb 8, 2008
Jim wrote:
How do I remove the drivers side door panel(s) in order to replace the outside rear view mirror?
I need the exact same info
gary

Ocala, FL

#6 Feb 17, 2008
i need the same info also
Matthew

Troy, OH

#7 May 7, 2008
The newer Chevy Blazer front door panels are pretty easy.

There are really good instructions at http://www.bodyshopzone.com/archives/trim/doo...

To sum up or if that is gone,

1. remove window handle or window/lock electronics (lock electronics just pull up at the front edge and it will pop off). Remove connectors on the bottom.

2. Remove the oval-shaped panel around the door handle (there is one phillips screw behind the handle; remove it and pull this little panel off carefully-- it has a little tab at the rear side).

3. Look under the arm rest. You'll see two 7mm lag-style bolts. Remove these.

4. Pull the panel off. Pull straight out, starting at a corner. As you move around, you will find each of the plastic pop things. Pull as close to these as you can. If you happen to have a 'door panel removal tool' use it. Otherwise, just be careful-- don't pull too hard and don't be afraid to tug a bit. Just remember that you have to make those plastic pins pop out and they need to pull nearly straight away from the door.

There are three little foam things covering the mirror screws... it seems like they are torx (or reverse torx) or something; I forget.

Good luck

--Matthew

Since: Jul 08

Fort Myers, FL

#8 Jul 19, 2008
Matthew wrote:
The newer Chevy Blazer front door panels are pretty easy.
There are really good instructions at http://www.bodyshopzone.com/archives/trim/doo...
To sum up or if that is gone,
1. remove window handle or window/lock electronics (lock electronics just pull up at the front edge and it will pop off). Remove connectors on the bottom.
2. Remove the oval-shaped panel around the door handle (there is one phillips screw behind the handle; remove it and pull this little panel off carefully-- it has a little tab at the rear side).
3. Look under the arm rest. You'll see two 7mm lag-style bolts. Remove these.
4. Pull the panel off. Pull straight out, starting at a corner. As you move around, you will find each of the plastic pop things. Pull as close to these as you can. If you happen to have a 'door panel removal tool' use it. Otherwise, just be careful-- don't pull too hard and don't be afraid to tug a bit. Just remember that you have to make those plastic pins pop out and they need to pull nearly straight away from the door.
There are three little foam things covering the mirror screws... it seems like they are torx (or reverse torx) or something; I forget.
Good luck
--Matthew
Great Pictures and Instruction
Carrie

Harker Heights, TX

#9 Sep 26, 2008
What do i do if the plastic screw at the door handle panel is stripped? How do i get it out? And do i have to take the arm rest padding off because i cant seem to remove the arm rest without taking the padding out.

Thanks in advance.
Bill

Southampton, UK

#10 May 16, 2009
I have an 89 blazer and the door handle cover does not come off. Any other ideas on taking off the door handle for older model blazers?
scott

Reedsburg, WI

#11 Apr 19, 2010
how do it remove a back panel on the drivers side off

Since: May 10

United States

#12 May 13, 2010
. Hello, I just bought a used 95 S-10 Blazer, 4.3 Automatic. I drove it home with no issues, upon putting it in 4Wd, it blew fuse 9,( ECM, Batt.), when I accelerated hard. I have done some testing on it, I can get it to consistently blow with 4WD drive selected, foot on brake and in drive, the circuit will fail at 1800 rpm. It will NOT fail in reverse, or at least not yet. Just simply revving the engine has no affect. It will continue to fail in 2WD until the truck has been driven a couple hundred feet. I put my ammeter in series with f9 circuit, it holds a steady 6.7 amps until it hits 1800 rpm then goes off the scale and the engine stumbles due to power failure. I would love to get a good schematic, Chiltons and Haynes are a joke. Anybody heard of this one? Thanks, Gary
kieran

Edmonton, Canada

#14 Jun 20, 2011
i have a 4-door chevy blazer 2000
i am installing after market speakers,
the front was easy following the above advice.
then i got too the back doors and am lost,there must be some screws because its on there good,and its not the little plastice pins...

SO HELP PLZ WITH REMOVING REAR INSIDE DOOR PANEL,,,THANK-YOU :)
john

Holiday, FL

#15 Mar 29, 2012
how do i remove a door panel for an 1988 s10 blazer
Wyatt

Newport News, VA

#16 May 4, 2014
john wrote:
how do i remove a door panel for an 1988 s10 blazer
I'm looking for the same information
andrew

Seneca, IL

#17 May 7, 2014
How do you remover the rear hatch panel?? I cant find this info anywhere!! I need to take it off to fix my hatch it wont open... thank u
andrew

Seneca, IL

#18 May 7, 2014
2000 s10 blazer 2DR...... thank u
tommy

Henderson, KY

#19 May 9, 2015
How do i remove door panel on 98 blazor to replace speaker
duane

Brunswick, OH

#20 Jan 31, 2016
Jeff wrote:
use a needle nose plyer to pull out pin in the door handle, and then remove screws
Hey moron that dont remove the panel

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