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How do you remove the rear door cover on a 1994 Jimmy to get to the speaker?

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2005-10-31 21:04:12
2005-10-31 21:04:12

Unscrew the arm rest on the door. Start pulling (and pull carefully, the door clips are $6.00 each) from the bottom and work on each clip carefully. The door latch itself is attached to the door and it should not be a problem.

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