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    Icon7 How to replace door speaker covers?

    I own a 97 Chevy silverado c1500 single cab and just got new hertz speakers installed in the doors by professional installers. They did not put on the speaker covers that came with the speakers because I believe they are too big compared to my current covers. Anyways, my speakers sound great except for the fact that the passenger door rattles noticeably and I believe it is because the speaker cover is dented in. My questions are would this be the cause of the rattling which I really think it is, and how do I go about replacing the covers? Thank you for all responses. adult photo sharing







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    Re: How to replace door speaker covers?

    You can just take the door panel off. To do that you can look up a tutorial on YouTube specifically for your truck make and model. Then just take off the cover and bend it back in place. It should be relatively easy to fix. So you really shouldn't have to buy anything.




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