[DML] Re: Speaker replacement
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[DML] Re: Speaker replacement



I went into one of these side panels, not to replace speakers, but 
to try to get my seat belt retractor working better.

Because I was told I had to cut, I cut. I used a razor knife. I cut 
as far out on the edge as possible so the cuts are not visible 
unless you remove the inner seal and look hard.  I think I slipped 
once when the brittle vinyl gave way. 

Replacing the inner clips held everything fine without need for 
adhesive and replacing the seal covered everything up.

Since you were able to remove without cutting, maybe more patience 
on my part and softening things up with heat would have made for an 
easier job? 

Any advice out there?  I probably have to open up the passenger side 
soon.

Marv
#10820
AZ-D


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Spangler" <johnspangler@...> 
wrote:
>
> I recently replaced my rear speakers without cutting anything.  
> After pulling off the inner door seal you need to pry off the 
barbs 
> that hold the seal to the inner door.  This will likely tear the 
> vinyl a little but they go back where they tore it up so it's ok.  
> The rear panels have extra vinyl that is wrapped around the door 
> frame.  I simply pried up this wrap with a thin screwdriver and 
with 
> a little patience I had the panel removed without cutting a 
thing!  
> The first one took about an hour and a half, but the second one 
was 
> done and refitted in about 45 minutes.  Replacing the speaker 
takes 
> like 5 mins once you're in there, and that's if you keep dropping 
> your screwdriver.
> 
> Stock radio now sounds significantly less crappy.  But still not 
> great.
> 
> -John
> #5572








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