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Old 12-30-2007, 08:27 PM
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Door Panels

Im having trouble getting the door panels off to install some new speakers. I have taken out all the screws but it's stuck on the window...rolling down knob.
Anyone know how to get them off?

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Old 12-30-2007, 08:47 PM
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thanks, but my problem is that i have manual windows and cant get the panel over the nob properly. If anyone knows how to do this please. help is appreciated.
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You didn't read the thread:

"Okay, so first you have an S model, so you have no power windows nor switches to unplug.

How to get the window roller off is to simply push in the panel by the window roller, and you'll see a little U shaped clip that holds it...use a plier and simply unclip it...then the roller will come off."
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i took my door panels off to replace my front speakers but now the little U clips for the rollers are stretched out and rattle when my car idles
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