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Old 01-05-2015, 03:19 PM
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Default speaker grill removal

Hey all. I am trying to remove the speaker grill on my 62 and I am afraid I am going to tear it up before I get it out. I have a manual but there is nothing on how to, just says remove it. I figured it just pops out, but prying on it is just making it loose. The dash pad has been recovered and I am afraid they might have used something besides stock clips to retain it. Am I missing something? Any help is much appreciated! Larry
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Old 01-05-2015, 08:52 PM
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Everyone that I've removed just pops out. It shouldn't have any bolts holding it in place. If they did something when they installed the dash then that's anybody's guess. I would just keep going around it with a thin putty knife and see if that works.

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Thank you John, That is what I thought but wanted to here from someone who has done it. I will try again. Thanks again, Larry
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