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How to remove the door trim in a peugeot 206

I need to remove the driver side front door trim of my peugeot 206, 2002 model, in order to get to the stereo speaker so I can examine it so I can fix it or replace it.
Does anyone have any advice as to safest way to do it without causing any damage to door or trim?
Any advice greatly appreciated.
Carmelo

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  • carmelo13 Feb 11, 2008

    Your advice gave the little nudge I needed to help me decide it is better to let a professional deal with it at this point, perhaps next time I will have learned some tricks on how to do it myself with out causing any damage to the door trim.

    Thank you, Carmelo13

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The safest bet is to have a professional do it for you. However careful we are, we might make some mistakes doing so. Although you can always have the professional take a look at it the first time, then you can do it yourself the next time.

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