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I need to replace the sub surround that holds the sub under the screws.

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How to remove centre glove box on 2004 Renault scenic

Lift up gearstick gaitor leaving plastic surrounding in place.

Lift plastic surround and remove lock and Hazzard switch.
Push gaitor through surround and remove surround.
Remove ***** from front of centre consoleand 2 screws from rear.
Follow the side of the centre console down into footwell and remove Popper from each side.
Pull console forward slightly and disconnect cigar lighter.
Remove centre console.
Remove 2 screws below the radio.
Pull radio/air-conditioning surround forward, leave the radio in the surround as it will come out with the surround.
Remove 2 screws holding the glovebox to the centre console.
Open glovebox.
Remove 3 screws along the top front.
Open the fuse box at back of glove box and push the fuse holder up off the flap.
Open passenger door.
Remove dash side panel and remove 2 screws.
Remove kick panel trim in passenger footwell and remove ***** from bottom of glove box. (The glovebox will need to be open to see this *****)
Pull glovebox out slightly. It can be hard to pull out, just be sure you have all screws out.
Disconnect glovebox light and light switch.
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How do I get the case off to relace the belt

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How do I remove the insturment cluster surround on my 2001 s10?

First you have to disconect the battery then remove the data plug then panel from right under the steering wheel(be careful with wires) to get access to the screws that hold the panel over the stereo and instrument cluster(3 screws in stereo panel and some snaps)this is a very brief description of whats needed its just my opinion but all chevys of this year have bad cracking and it might be hard to find a good one at a junk yard and get it off without cracking them they are old and my cavalier also has too many cracks good luck from this job has best results if the interior of the car is above 65 degrees old plastics crack very easy

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How do i replace a head light, high beam

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How do you remove the radio out of a honda civic

good day Sir, In order to gain access to the rear of the stereo for either connection to, or replacement of the factory unit, you must first remove the panel surrounding the (manual) gear stick. This should not be attempted with any form of 'level' to avoid damage to the dash finish. To remove the surround simply press fingers into the gear gaiter to gain purchase behind the panel and firmly 'pull' the panel toward you to disengage from the clips that hold it in place. The main panel above requires removal which involves location and loosening (not necessarily removal) of two hex headed screws approximately 6 inches (150mm) down from the head unit behind the panel, which screw the vertical metal plates holding the panel to the under dash mountings. To gain access to the screws push the two stops on the glove box inwards to allow the glove box to swing downwards. On the other side remove the small panel under the steering column Once loosened, the entire stereo/ heater control panel may be pulled toward you to disengage the clips that hold it in position. Reassembly is the reverse of removal, ensuring that the screw slots are properly engaged before final tightening of screws and reinstallation of gear stick surround.i hope this will help you

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I used this stuff to repair a tear in the rubber surround on a kicker solobaric 10", it has held up for 10 years, seal the front and back if possible and allow to dry/cure completely. good luck :)

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Speaker cone is rip

that sucks. Expensive sub. If its under warranty go that route.

If its not under warranty, you can repair it with epoxy.

Go to Lowe's and get a 2 part epoxy. Mix it and seal up the crack with the epoxy. Put it on thick because the sub is going to vibrate it like mad and it needs to hold up.

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Replacing my sub grill.

you will need to replace the rubber surrounds on you sub and the grill it will not be easy if youre doing it for the first time, you should take it to a store where they do speaker repairs and get them to replace the rubber surrounds and the grill you can replace yourself.

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I need to replace the cigarette lighter unit and don't know how to take the dash apart

turn ignition switch to on ,shift trans into neutral,i'm assuming this is a baja,remove 2 screws under lid of center console cover lift this piece out of the way now remove bezel surrounding shifter,remove ashtray,above ashtray are 2 screws holding ashtray frame in place remove those now bezel surrounding radio can be removed and now you can remove cigar lighter good luck

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Car audio sub woofers

is it the car vibrating or the sub making the noise ? if its the sub making the noise check all the screws holding in the sub and make sure they are tight or make sure nothing got sucked into your box if it is the car making the noise try using dyna mat to help stop the noise also check the surround on the sub and make sure there is no seperation of the surround from the cone

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