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Old 07-04-2003, 08:29 PM   #11
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Damn thats not what i wanted to hear... I'll planned on a nice set of components for the front next summer. If it looks like too much work, i might just have the shop do it, although i've installed a full system on two cars front to back... Getting my new deck put in for free, and i trust audio king, so thats why i'm doing it. Deck was a lot cheaper there then at any other place online or not. Why is it so hard to make a dash, or door thats easy to open up??
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Best way to get the door panel? Lots of patience and a good store of curses
yea thats what ive heard.... someone also told me of a special tool to get them off...anyone know of this?
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It'* most likely one of those trim remover things. They also pull window cranks on older cars. It'sjust a huge hunk of metal with au shape in the middle of it and a handle for the most part. Crutchfield has one, and any automotive store worth it'* bearings should have one.
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taking the door panel off really isnt that hard....i took both of my front panels off in the same day without having a clue how to. just be careful not to break any of the plastic peices and dont pry too hard but before you do this....go to your parts store and pick up about 2 packages of the door panel clips. trust me, they will break and the panel will not stay attached to the door too well if some are broken. about $5 a package for 10 i think? and remember to put every nut and screw back where they belong. difficulty is probably a 4 out of 10 when it comes to taking them off.
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