Pontiac Grand Prix

How do you remove the front door panels on a 1994 Pontiac Gran Prix to change speakers?

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2006-07-29 16:25:47
2006-07-29 16:25:47

Check out the following website for Door panel removal. http://www.midwest3800.com/forum/kb.php?mode=article&k=186 Hope this helps. "G"

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