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W202 - Removing the speaker grills from the front... [Benz DIY Project Tips]
Requested and Answered by Buckrey on 05-Mar-2006 16:03 (5282 reads)
W202 - Removing the speaker grills from the front door panels - by Jevous
Courtesy of jevous. Thanks.

Referring to my earlier post about locating sounds that come from within the door panel (here), here's something else that i did today.

Removing the speaker grills from the front door panels.
This is very simple so most people may have already known how to do this but many times one could end up breaking off a tiny part of the grill while removing it.



Marked with the large 'X', you would have to locate a spot somewhere around that location and push it upwards; something like opening the battery slots for a TV remote controller.

After you have done that, you may put 2 fingers at the same location and do a "come here" kind of gesture to pull the bottom part of the grill towards yourself. The mounting ears around the top of the grill would then fall through and the grill slides downwards.

Play around as you like then. I've managed to locate the squeeking bit of the speaker frame which was rubbing against the leather trim and padded it with some sponge-like material.

I'm still figuring out how to remove the cover/cushion on the B pillar at this moment without breaking anything. There are some noises coming from inside where the seat belt hangs.
Any ideas anyone ?

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