I had to remove my window today to get gunk off of it. I tinted it too dark and all the glue stayed on when I pulled it off. So to get it off without ruining the felt weatherstrips I had to take it out. I figured I should do a write up how to accomplish this. The Ram doors are really well put together. I'm impressed for sure. Its one of the best designs I've worked on. I don't want to step on the toes of others that have done door pad removal but I wanted to show the window / mirror removal more than anything.
Ok we start by removing the small trim panel at the top. I'm using a trim panel for illustration more than anything. I just get ahold of it with my fingers and pull it off.
Then using a very small screwdriver to remove this cap It hinges at the back so pry at the front as shown
Next remove the Philips head screw under it.
Pry out the handle bezel at the front and pull it off
Grab your torx head screwdriver T15 I think and take the pins out of the clips that go around the door panel. There are 6 on the front 5 on the rear.
Then pry out the remainder of the clip. Carefull they fly really good.
Ok now with all that hardware out of the way you can just lift up on the door panel and it should come right off. Its hooked down into holes in the door. Here's a pic that illustrates the hooks
This is where I push the window switches out from the back. That way you don't have to pry on them to get them out and damage the bezel around the switches.
Then squeeze the clips on the wiring connectors and remove them
Next comes the mirror. Disconnect the 2 wires from the door. They also have retainer clips to push.
Then remove the 3 10mm bolts that hold the mirror on. Its best to have someone there to catch the mirror. Don't take them all off until you get to the outside of the truck to hold the mirror so it wont fall. It should just pull off. There is a weak clip at the top of the mirror that will come off with a little wiggling.