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Old 08-23-2011, 07:32 AM   #1
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Default removal of door pocket

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Can i easily remove the rear door pocket from my A8L ? i have knocked a bracket down behind the pocket and now it won't close fully.

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My pocket also would not close all the way because the stop broke. I had to take off the door panel. The pocket is attached from the inside of the door panel.
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Hi, Could you send through how you removed the door panel please? I suspect i will have to do the same as you to resolve this problem

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Old 08-25-2011, 11:53 AM   #4
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The clips are not easily removed.
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Thanks for the detailed instructions on the front door panel removal. My pocket in the front passenger door broke and I thought I would try and just replace the whole panel, but finding a used complete door panel in good condition is difficult. I removed the door panel and am thinking that ordering a new pocket and replacing the pocket is a better option.

Any thoughts? Anyone that did swap out their old pocket with a new one?

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