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Chevrolet Sonic Repair Manual: Rear Side Door Trim Replacement (Hatchback)

Chevrolet Sonic Repair Manual / Body / Body Interior / Trim Panels/Welts / Rear Side Door Trim Replacement (Hatchback)



Rear Side Door Trim Replacement

Callout

Component Name

Preliminary Procedure

Remove the rear side door upper rear trim panel. Refer to Rear Side Door Upper Rear Trim Panel Replacement.

1

Rear Side Door Inside Handle Bolt Cap

2

Rear Side Door Inside Handle Fastener

Caution:

Refer to Fastener Caution.

Procedure

Pull handle back to remove cap. Use suitable tool to unsnap.

3

Rear Side Door Trim Fastener

Procedure

Use a small flat-bladed tool to open the rear side door trim integral cap to access the fastener.

4

Rear Side Door Trim Assembly

Procedure

  1. Use the appropriate plastic trim tool to aid in the removal of the door trim.
  2. Pull upwards on the door lock retainer cable to disengage.
  3. Disconnect the electrical connector.
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