Question about Mercury Sable
It was really not hard at all. First you have to remove two
phillips head screws from behind the door handle and four more from
around the outer surface of the door panel. Then I took a flat
nail remover bar (very handy when you have nails driven into wood that
you want to remove) and slipped it between the bottom edges of the door
panel and located/popped aloose the securing plastic inserts around the
outer edges. Then with gentle force lifted the door panel from
the bottom upward to pop aloose the upper inserts. Then you have
to gently lift up the left upper portion nearest the window (which
should be lowered) that has the door lock plunger comming through it,
from the door frame. When this is done, the one screw that
secures the speaker frame is exposed. Once the screw is removed
the speaker frame will slide to the left and off of the door thereby
exposing the four mirror securing nuts. One of the nuts is
located behind a round piece of glued on clear plastic. Once the
mirror is removed and repaired/replaced just reverse the process above
to reattach the speaker frame and door panel. Care needs to be
taken when getting the door lock plunger and door handle reinserted
into the door panel then carefully locating the plastic insert tips
with the holes in the door frame. You can gently shove the
inserts into their respective holes with the heel of your hand or fist
and reattach with the six screws.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
No you do not, there will be a small plastic cover over the door mounted tweeter.
Squeeze it with your fingers and you should be able to pop it right off.
There are two screws on the speaker and the others should be visible on removal of the speaker itself.
I suggest you bring a soldering iron or a pair of wire cutters because the speaker wiring is soldered on the speaker and the speaker will not fall back through the speaker frame.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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