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Ford F350 Supercab rear door panel being removed.

Removing Rear Door Panels On A 2002 Ford F350

(Covers Model Years 1999 to 2004)

In This Article:

Various screws are removed and electrical connectors are unplugged. The door panel is lifted upwards for removal.

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Skill Level: 2-3 (Basic to Intermediate)

Time Taken: About 30 Minutes

By Jim Wilk, Licensed Auto Body Technician

Start:

I finally got to work on a late-model Ford Supercab rear door. 2002 Ford F-350 Supercab, crew cab, or Quad-cab rear door panel removal.

 

Removing red reflector lens, F350 4-door truck. I placed a small screwdriver in the notch of the reflector lens and pried it out.

 

Then I used an 8mm socket to remove the screw behind the reflector lens. Removing hidden screw in door panel, Ford one-ton 4-door.

 

Removing window switch cover to reach door panel screws, F350 supercab. On the window switch cover I pried upward with a small screwdriver and then unhooked it from the back where the cover hooks into the plastic door panel.

 

Then with the small screwdriver I pressed inwards on the tab on the wire harness and released it from the switch. Disconnecting window switch on rear door of Ford truck.

 

Removing screw in door panel, Ford. With an 8mm socket I removed the screw behind the switch cover.

 

I found that lifting straight upward unhooked the plastic door panel from the metal door frame.

Then the door panel was separated from the vehicle.

Lifting door panel off the door, Ford truck.

 

Rear view of door panel, Ford F350 4-door Supercab. View of back of plastic door panel.

 

View of metal door panel with dust cover. Back door of Ford pickup with panel removed.

 

Dust cover removed from inside of truck door, Ford. View of metal door frame with dust cover partially removed to replace the outside door latch. 

 

More Info:

Tools Used:

  • Basic Mechanic's Tools
  • Small Flat Screwdriver
  • 8 mm Socket

Materials Used:

  • None

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Written March 16, 2009