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Changing tweeters in 1999 Grand Cherokee

I need to change the tweeters in my 1999 Grand Cherokee and I do not know how to remove the upper part of my dash.
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The foremost part of teh dash is a couple of inches wide and length of the dash. Take a panel prybar ( usually plastic ). I use a kitchen spatula to lift it up. that's all there is too it!

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