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How do you remove the door panels to install speakers?

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2006-06-09 08:52:02
2006-06-09 08:52:02

Please be more specific when asking a quesiton like model/year. Most of the time its simply removing screws and the panel should slide off either up or down. Many times screws are hidden underneath some weather stripping or being panels where you have to lightly pry off with a screwdriver.

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