Re: Failed MOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!
And the door card removal procedure if required:
"OK, here's some details on removing the door card. Take a good look at the position of the door card on the door, see where it sits on the door itself, possibly mark with tape on the door (left and right sides) so you know when it's time to put it back you know where it should be. Start with the triangle near the door mirror, unscrew and slide up, remember when it goes back to slide it on so it's tight before screwing it back.
Next, pop out the window switches with a flat bladed screwdrive – and unplug the switch – there's a screw behind there. There's 2 screws on the side (A pillar end, ie front end of car). There's a screw in the internal door release fitting, and then there's two at the bottom of the door bins. Lastly, pop out the speaker cover; there's another 2 screws there. For ease (especially when putting back) I'd undo the 4 screws for the speaker and disconnect the plug to gain access to the two screws there.
Ideally loosen the light at the bottom of the door card, it's best to disconnect this after the card is off as it needs a small screwdriver pushed into it to activate its release catch. That should be all the screws. Now, for your own reference, just 'feel' the door card by gently pulling away from the door all around by a cm or two: some sides/corners will feel still very attached to the door, some loose. This is so when you put the door card back on you can feel to see if it is attached as it should be, before screwing it all back together.
At this point it is ideal to have a box under the door so when you remove the card you can rest it on that, so the box should really be the same height as where the door card sits when attached to the door. To get the door card off you have to lift it straight up, it may be tight it it's never been done before. With it off, rest it on the box; without a box it may fall which isn't good as the door release cable and tweeter cable will still be attached. Release the light at the bottom, and unplug the tweeter.
The cable should now be the only thing connected. At the end connected to the card, there is a small white plastic clip that holds the bent end of the cable tightly. Get a small flat bladed screwdriver and prise the clip open to wing round the metal end and then lift up to release. This clip is a pain but thankfully isn't fragile (in my experience!) so can be opened up without breaking, it is a real pain though. Once that's done the card should be off! Take a look at the fixings on the door that the card 'slips' onto when you put it back so you know what you need to slide the card onto for it to be fitted properly. Getting the card back can be easy, or VERY, VERY difficult, it's just pot luck in my experience as to whether it will take 1 go or 10!
Fitting is the reverse of the above. You can unscrew the door plunger as much as possible so it is 'taller' than normal as that makes it easier to feed through the hole when putting it all back together. Before screwing everything properly, it's a good idea to test windows, central locking, speakers and light to ensure all are OK. And ideally have a spare set of keys handy incase you accidentally lock yourself out!"