Just experienced replacing the electric motor for the drivers door window. There are two screws that hold the panel onto the door...one in the lower rear corner of the door panel just to the outside of the door pocket....there is a plastic retainer plug beside it that you need to pop to expose the screw. (very bottom left hand corner) The other screw is behind the plastic molding around the interior door latch....the plastic cover simply pops off with a little pressure behind it. There is also a plastic retainer in the top front corner on the panel ...a triangular shaped piece that covers the door mirror controls. This will also pop off with a little pressure behind it with a wide blade screwdriver ....best of luck not breaking it ! If you move a putty knife around the perimeter of the panel you can pop the rest of the retainers then lift the panel up and out to remove. The electrical switches come out easily with a little gentle persuasion ...and the electric motor has 3 nuts to remove. I didn't worry about the position of the window...it remained in place throughout the job. Total job took about 1 hour ....and I'm no mechanic !