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How do you remove door Tweeter triangular grill/panel?

Does anyone know how to remove this triangular panel (that the grill is integrated into).
I've got a replacement panel off Dan, so can see the two clips at bottom and fixing point at top.
But don't know if it's a "push up" and/or "lever out" or other method.
Or even if I've got to remove/release the door card to fit?
Anyone done this before?

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I tried, and failed, to take them off in one piece when I stripped Dark Bluie. A combination of fatigue, sleep deprivation & 24hr daylight meant they ended up being ripped off. Embarassed
   
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If it’s the same as the D3 the top unclips with a trim tool, but the bottom is attached to the door card. Not sure if you can remove it undamaged without taking off the door card with it.
  
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Thanks chaps. Thumbs Up

So I'm thinking so far - lever out the top then lever/pull up from bottom.... without too much pressure, in case door card has to be released/removed.

Any advance on that ?
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This is how my tweeters looked after removal, looked like they were part of the dour cars as sl sez.

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I might have them somewhere if better pics are needed. Thumbs Up
   
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If the same as a D3 then it's part of the door card so you need to take the whole lot off
  
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There are just 2 plastic trim clips holding them in place so just prise out with a plastic trim tool and they come out relatively easily Thumbs Up
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The clips also break relatively easy, don’t ask how I know Whistle
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Famousfive wrote:
There are just 2 plastic trim clips holding them in place so just prise out with a plastic trim tool and they come out relatively easily Thumbs Up


Mine looked like they were moulded into the door card, they weren’t coming out without breaking the connection.
   
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Pull the top inwards to release the top clip. Then you can look inside and see the difficult clip. You need to put a small flat blades screw driver in to the clip which then disengages it. Push the trim forward and lift out. Once you know how to release the clip it can be done in about 30 seconds with no damage. There’s even a u tube video.

I would take a photo but I’m away at the moment. If no ones found the vid by the time I’m back I’ll sort something out.
  
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^ Thumbs Up
Looking at the fitting clips and from all comments, that's exactly what I was thinking.
Will give it a go and report on how I get on.
Meantime I'll search for that YT vid. Bow down
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DSL wrote:
Mine looked like they were moulded into the door card, they weren’t coming out without breaking the connection.

That was a D3 though wasn't it? I’ve only done this on my 4 Thumbs Up
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M3bobby wrote:
Pull the top inwards to release the top clip. Then you can look inside and see the difficult clip. You need to put a small flat blades screw driver in to the clip which then disengages it. Push the trim forward and lift out. Once you know how to release the clip it can be done in about 30 seconds with no damage.


Did the job today and was exactly as you described it........ dead easy. Thumbs Up
It did help having the new one available to see the clip and exactly where to insert the screwdriver blade and which direction to apply pressure.
Much easier job than I initially thought.
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DISCOVERY gloss black Bonnet Lettering for D4/D3
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Brodit 'active' adjustable iPhone cradle [for iPhone 5, 6 on]

PM if anything of interest 
 
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