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    INT: Repair Speaker Mesh

    Alright, easy DYI but repairing this easily damaged mesh on your speaker will make it look mint.

    Tools:
    Phillips Screwdriver
    Some kind of Spray Adhesive (I used Elmers, very good)

    EST Time: 20 mins per door

    1. Pull off the door panel.
    2. Remove the speaker cover (2 screws on top of cover and 2 on the side)
    3. Remove the speaker mesh from the cover. It should come off fairly easy.

    4. Spray the cover (NOT THE MESH) all over with the adhesive (especially sides of it)


    5. Adhere mesh to the cover. Do this as quickly as possible so you have the most time to reposition the mesh until it is well fitted.
    6. Take the adhesive and spray inside the cover and take outside fringes of the mesh and stick it to it.

    7. Put everything back together.

    Its my first DYI so lemme know how it was Thanks and good luck.

    #2
    Looks good. You're a regular Martha Stewart/Christopher Lowell/Carol Duvall all rolled into one.

    I need to re-adhere my right speaker mesh, as its sagging at the top from careless passengers kicking it.
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      #3
      Originally posted by ACCORDianate
      Looks good. You're a regular Martha Stewart/Christopher Lowell/Carol Duvall all rolled into one.

      I need to re-adhere my right speaker mesh, as its sagging at the top from careless passengers kicking it.


      Thanks.

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        #4
        Yea I noticed my driver side mesh is coming apart....I always retuck it though

        Decent write up, but a b4 and after pic would be good too .
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          #5
          Originally posted by VRDrvr
          Yea I noticed my driver side mesh is coming apart....I always retuck it though

          Decent write up, but a b4 and after pic would be good too .
          Haha!

          Before: Fucked up mesh
          After: Back to the way it used to look

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            #6
            BTW, you don't have to pull the door panel to get that grille off.

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              #7
              Originally posted by NutBucket
              BTW, you don't have to pull the door panel to get that grille off.
              To get those 4 screws off? They are behind the door panel. How did you pull that off.

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                #8
                The grilles come off the door panel seperately. There's a screw on the bottom corner and top corner (on the sides). Take out those two and pop the clips and it comes right off.

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