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Unread 08-19-2010, 10:42 AM   #1
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Door panel removal question

I just bought some Boston Acoustics speakers for the doors. What are the secrets to removing the panels? I took a glance behind the bottom of the panel, and it doesn't look like the typical clips. Any ideas or suggestions?

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Unread 08-19-2010, 11:27 AM   #2
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By the handle to open the door if you look up underneath there is a slot to pop that piece out(it only pops out a bit and then slides sideways to come off) then there is a screw there. At the bottom of the door there is a small circle cover that pops open to show another screw. After that the door should lift upwards and come off. Without looking at the door i don't remember if that's all the screws since i haven't done it in a while. If that doesnt help let me know and ill look when i get out of work.
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Unread 08-19-2010, 02:04 PM   #3
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Thanks for your help! Man that is so much nicer than wrestling with clips, and hoping none break. The Bostons sound phenomenal, even with the factory head unit. Now I'm contemplating whether or not to do the rears. I don't have many passengers, and they're blocked by the front seats anyhow. Thanks again!
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JBA Gen 5.5 Upper Control Arms
Rokmen Riddler 8.25 Differential Cover
2 KC Slimlite 100 Watt Driving Lights on JK Light Bar
245/75/16 All Terrains
Mopar Front Tow Hooks
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Mopar Skids
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