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Panel Removal (interior)

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    Panel Removal (interior)

    I hate dealing with plastic parts, I always feel like I am going to break them or snap off some clip that will make it impossible to install again.
    Can anyone tell me how to get to the speakers beside the rear seats in this car (02 WS6). I have one that is blown, and until I find a replacement I'm hoping I can just unplug it to stop the rattling.

    Its probably pretty straight forward, but I thought I'd ask just in case there is a "hidden clip" or a sensitive part of it that is prone to breakage.

    lol, for that matter...is there even a way to simply unclip this speakers feed or is my entire mission futile from the start?

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    Camaro sail panel speakers just pull the grill off, unbolt the speaker, unplug the wire.....not sure if the stereo will still play but it's easy enough to check when you unplug it

    Front you have to pull the door panel off, grill won't pull off

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