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How do you remove the metal clips holding down the speaker covers on a 1999 Buick Regal?

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You need to do a lot if it is like my 1995. You need to remove the back seat remove the back of the back seat remove the screws holding the rear deck.. where the speakers are. then remove the screwss... what a pain.

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