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Old 08-07-2011, 02:57 AM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Debris On Rear Speaker

So, yesterday I had an new rear panel installed. The original one suffered sun damage and the speaker covers were turning into dust. Anyway, I noticed a rattling noise and I suspect its pieces of broken plastic from the old panel on the speaker. I want remove the debris, but I gotta get into the speaker...is there a DIY here on how to do this. I have an 06.

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I'm pretty sure there is one, but I haven't actually seen it here. You'll have to remove the two real c-pillar covers and then some screws from under the rear deck from the trunk. The rest of the panel pops off.
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If I remember correctly, my screws were mounted from the top. Once you get the parcel shelf off, you should even need to remove the speakers, you can access them from there.
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Who installed the rear panel for you? It probably got in there during the install.
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Default Re: Debris on Rear Speaker

thanks for all the help guys...I put down the back seat popped up the rear panel and managed to get the pieces of plastic out after two tries...but the dude that did the install tried to tell me my speaker was busted and something about a coil...smh at this guy almost cost me $130...
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Nice, so now you gotta tint your windows so the interior doesn't get any more sun damage.
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Nice, so now you gotta tint your windows so the interior doesn't get any more sun damage.
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