Wanted to know how to take off my sub speaker rings on the interior doors I want to pain the rings?? No sure if I have to take the door apart or just pull them off from the front... Thank you Joe

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Asked by Jul 31, 2013 at 06:13 PM about the 2011 Ford Mustang GT Premium

Question type: Car Customization

Sub speakers

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Go ask a body shop or look online to see if it is a replaceable part. The listing should say "snaps (which means from the front) or screws (which means from the back) of the panel. I did not think those rings were a separate piece at all but are molded with the door panel itself.

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I just watched a video they just pull off

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a sharp knife can get you places~

Moose14....do you know how to post the link?

the corolla had you disassembling the whole darned rear deck, including the seats and the support rail maybe six more bolts just to get to the rotten thing~

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