Here are the pictures for the panel removal.
Quickly, to remove the panel:
- remove screws from door pull, arm rest, handle/lock bezel, and lower corner door panel.
- pop out the handle/lock bezel, (put Lock down first, a little easier) by pulling from the middle and squeezing it out
- using the panel removal tool, pop off the panel fasteners (there are 5 on the rear door, not sure on the front)
- disconnect the power window and the light connectors
- now the panel essentially is to be angled up at the bottom and pushed upwards at the top to remove the panel, as there is a downward lip that hooks behind the door metal by the window's edge. It's a little tricky because there are two holes that may snag it; if it's hanging up, look along that top edge with a light and push the part of the panel that is catching in there inwards to release it. Then push up, and it should come off.
To fix the rollers, these are the quick tips:
- drill out the pop rivets for the armrest support and the rivet at the back of the roller channel.
- the end of the roller channel is slightly crimped together; undo this with whatever tools you can so you can get the roller in
- position the roller in the channel, and then pop the stud into it using vice-grips.
- pop rivet things back in place.
Screws inside the armrest need to come out, as well as the door pull and behind the door latch.
I almost missed the screw hidden away here.
Disconnect both connectors for the power window switch and the door light.
Here is the door after the panel is removed. You can see the five white clips are still in the door. I worked my fingers under the panel to pop it free, and then used the tool to remove the little clips from the door.
That D-shaped hole at the top is where the top lip can hang up. Just use a screwdriver to poke it back and then lift up the top of the panel.
There's the broken slider. The rivet that is visible is NOT the one that needs to be removed, but is hidden by the right half of the broken slider.
Poor picture of lining up the stud to go into the new roller, inserted into the channel.
Pop rivet the armrest support back in place.
Put the five panel retainer clips into the panel, reconnect the wires, and then you slide the top lip down next to the window glass, and line up the retainers with the holes in the door.