Jaguar Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hello and welcome to Just AnswerTo remove the front door panels, there are two screws at the very bottom of the panel and another one in the middle of the panel its covered with a piece of plastic covering it pop it of with a screw driver and unscrew then its a case of popping the panel off
Once you have taken out the 3 screws, lie underneath the open door and pull the panel out a little.
Then look up with a light. You will see the plastic clips/fasteners that are holding the panel. These clips are strong so I would use a metal panel puller tool to remove them, the longer the better as there are some at the top of the panel.
There is one in the bottom right corner that should be removed first. Once this clip is removed you should be able to pull the panel out quite a bit and access the rest of the clips.
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there's no adjustment as such
but what normally happens is the metal rods that connect the interior and exterior handles to the lock mechanism are retained by plastic clips
over time these become brittle and snap off, which then allows the rod to wiggle out of place
usually a pair of small ty-wraps work well to lash the rod back into place