Join Date: Aug 2014
Location: United Kingdom
County: Greater Manchester
I've done it recently. I think there maybe pictorial guides somewhere but from memory...
All the screws are either small torx or phillips.
There is a screw behind the chrome pull lever you use to open the door from the inside of the cabin. You'll also need to remove the oval capping at the top of the grab handle. Some people seem to destroy this in the process of removal and need to replace them. I just used a small thin edged blade to prise it out from the edge and it pops out with minimal damage. There is a screw down that recess once the cap has been removed.
There is a row of around four or five screws along the bottom edge of the door in small recesses. Finally there is a screw in the red light at the bottom outer corner of the door. Once this is off, the light unit pops out.
Then you simply pull around edges of the door panel. It is held in by plastic clips. Be gentle and they will come out without breaking. Once the sides are released, you should pop out and disconnect the bank of window switches. Then lift the panel upwards and it should come free.
People say not to turn the power on when the window switches are disconnected. Not sure why.
As Haynes manual says, refitting is the reverse of removal...