QUOTE (fzer00 @ Jul 17 2011, 03:37 AM)
Nice. Your install looks great. I was looking at replacing my front speakers as well. How easy or hard was it to remove the door panels? Can you provide any tips or tricks?
Thanks! replacing the front speakers are well worth it.
[b]Front door panel removal:
First roll down the windows
Remove side mirror panel. Pry off, it's held on by snap clips
Remove 2 phillips screws by first popping the covers loose.
Remove the door panel by prying and grabbing at the gap bellow the foward portion of the panel. Start from there and work your way around the entire panel. Panel is held in with push pins.
Carefully raise the panel from the window seal starting from the rear. Hold the panel slightly away from the door and remove the electrical wiring harnesses and door latch clips attached to the panel.
Door latch assembly
[b]Panel removal done.
Take note that reassembly is just as easy if not easier. If you have trouble, don't force it as everything goes together rather quickly.
Test door handle and locks once the panel is in place.
2011 HYUNDAI ELANTRA GLS
Infinity Speakers, Compact Subwoofer, KYB Shocks, Rear Sway Bar, AEM Filter, LEDs, CrystalVision Ultra, Tints, Bodyside Molding, Superdrift Spoiler, Rear Diffuser, Reverse Park Assist Sensors, Intake Mod, Interior Vinyls, Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
1998 DODGE Neon R/T