Very interesting. How easy/hard was it to get them off?
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Super easy. I have pulled them off half a dozen times.
Pull at the top then you will see its connected by a black wire hook (thing).
At the bottom of the hook there is a latch you depress and the hook comes off by sliding up. The the whole assembly comes out, besides the tweeter you will have to remove that as well.
I have taken almost every interior panel in this car -even the roof liner - aslong as you treat the parts nice, common sense will kick in before you break something
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Last edited by tecollins1; 11-10-2012 at 11:59 PM.
Nicely done on the A-pillars T! Another idea for yours truly, lol.
I see your center dash was done as well. Was that already done? Or was that added to the list recently?
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The pillars are just a cover and the airbag wires are no where near them.there are also no sensors on the pillars of any sort. So hitting them or pulling them will do nothing. The only electric wire is to the tweeter that is all.
If you want to be 100% safe the disconnect the battery and wait 15 min before removing them.
Like I've said before I've removed them half a dozen times with no problems. (But this doesn't mean that you couldn't) just be smart and careful
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