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I have manual windows n i need to take the door panel off passenger front n replace the speaker i cant get the speaker because i dont know what size it is n the window handle is stoping me from taking the panel off to see what size it is

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You need a window crank removal tool or...a really small pick tool to remove the horseshoe shaped clip that holds the window crank on. Be careful when removing...it may fly across the room and you'll spend an hour looking for it. Also, go to metraonline.com, enter your vehicle info and the speaker sizes for your vehicle will be displayed.

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