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Old 02-02-2009, 08:27 PM
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I need to replace the speaker in the dr side dr my question is do I need to buy fasteners to reinstall the panel or just put the screws back in!
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just put screws back in... if there is the plactic style fasteners just be real careful when you pop em out but if i remember right in my 96 it just popped right off. no troubles
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If you break the plastic fasteners, just buy a replacement pack at the local auto parts store. Mine 2001 Ram door panel came off with a with firm pull after all the screws were out.

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