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Old 01-27-2004, 12:32 PM   #11
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good luck it can be a pain but if u take ur time and be careful u should be alright
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ok i got pretty much most of the door panel off. there were actually 7 of those christmas tree fastners: 2 on each side and 3 on the bottom. now comes the hard part, how do i remove it from the top side where its connected to the window trim? I already cracked a part of it earlier trying to remove it so im being very hesitant. I see the staples underneath that your talking about, but I dont know where its supposed to disconnect. And that damn lock is a pain man, im almost reluictant trying to pull it off so hard, but I deffinitly loosened it. I'll be comming back inside every 15 mins or so because its cold as hell out there. Any help is greatly appreciated
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do a search on this site, i have seen instructions on how to do this before, i think it lifts out of there.
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well for the 2nd day in a row my car kicked my ***. I was finally able to remove the whole panel and able to remove the lock as well. So i go to put in the 4x6'* and hey look they dont fit. What I really needed was 5 1/4s so i went back to best buy and returned my pioneers for 5 1/4 kenwoods. so i put them in and everythings fine. but when i was comparing the new speaker in my drivers side door with the stock in the passanger door, the new one was not as loud as the stock. I had the same problem when I put in my 6x9s in the back as well. Has anyone else ever experienced this? So i put the panel back on because it was now night and i couldnt feel my toes and its not as tight as it used to be. The window trim is not tearly as tight as it used to be. Any suggestions on what I can do?
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