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Old 05-03-2012, 08:25 PM   #1
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I'm a Mopar guy, but bought my son a 2004 40th Anniv Edition. Says 3.9, not 3.8...but that's not the issue.

I crippled my r. hand and have a hard time doing stereo installs anymore. I have to take it in for the deck, because of my hand, but, how in the heck does the carpet come up? no screws on rocker panel..and drivers door sounds like it is full of change, but again..no screws.

I'm old school and the NEWEST car I've owned is my 71 Cuda...so this new stuff baffles me.

I like the car, just want to run a couple of 1/0 leads and 3 dual ended rca's to the trunk for the amps and sub.

Any help for a know nothing would be appreciated.

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Only been 2 weeks and this car is starting to grow on me.....in a good way !
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Old 05-03-2012, 08:48 PM   #2
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The rocker panel trim is held on by a few clips , a trim removal to and a good tug will pop it right off , the door panel , you have to remove the armrest switch control plate and disconnect the switches then you will see the screws behind the plate , there is a plastic clip on the front edge of the panel remove this , if you have the speaker above the door panel remove the cover and speaker also, then just pull the panel torward you and it should pop right off! Good luck!
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Old 05-03-2012, 09:42 PM   #3
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Thanks Rm...I'll get around to it next week. I'll let ya know how it goes and post pics when I can.
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Thanks Rm...I'll get around to it next week. I'll let ya know how it goes and post pics when I can.
If there's anything u get stuck on (even as specific as a single clip) post the question up here so either me or someone else can help u so that u don't break the plastic cuz trust me it's very annoying to have a lose piece of door trim lol. I broke the little cup thing in the door panel or my other car and it would fall off every time I pulled on it to close my door. Lol. So yeah just be careful with that
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I took mine off yesterday, the plastic is decently thick so you can tug pretty good.
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Thanks Rm...I'll get around to it next week. I'll let ya know how it goes and post pics when I can.

You're welcome! And don't forget to let us know how it goes , and as stated above if you have anymore questions just ask there is someone always here to help!
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