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    Default Interior door panel issue

    I have a 1996 Grand Cherokee and the passenger side rear door's panel is separating from the door. Anyone have any good ideas on how I can fix it? I was thinking using a heat gun and some spray adhesive to fix it.

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    Spray adhesive will work just fine! I just rebuilt my YJ door panels and used it on them
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    spray adhesive will work well. i have the same problem with my grand, plus the little clips are breaking too... i just haven't gotten around to fixing it yet though

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    Spray adhesive will work great but if for some reason you need to get behind the panel you may end up tearing the whole thing up later on. I would suggest getting the clips from an Auto parts store or maybe using some velcro. If you do use velcro use superglue or hot glue to stick it on the glue that comes with the stick on type is very gooie and will fail if it gets too hot.
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