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post #6 of 13 (permalink) Old 10th May 2007
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yeah they could be but with not being too sure i don't want to try and either break the cover or scratch the dash board.
i'll post a pic later.
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post #7 of 13 (permalink) Old 10th May 2007
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I had a quick look at an interior of a Clio up my road, and if it's the same as yours (round speaker covers) they should just lever out. I use a very thin watchmakers flat headed screwdriver to lever mine out on the Lag. that way there's no chance of damaging the dash, still gotta be careful though coz I aint taking responsibility ;-)

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Im having the same problem. I can remove the tweeter covers by twisting it to the right then lifting it out (careful as its still quite easy to snap parts when lifting the cover from the dash ) but then the tweeters seem to be mounted on a bracket with no obvious way of getting them out. no screws etc. So thats where i get stuck. ive looked elsewhere for answers but most just seem to point to removing the dashboard....
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hi guys,, i have a 09 clio grandtour with no radio or speakers, just the wiring.. I want to put some speakers in there but now i have the same problem as you.. i can get the cover into kind of a semi-position but then its stuck.. it even looks like theres a tweeter in there...
just like you i dont want to break or scratch anything so i would really appreciate some help...
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Hi. When you get that cover off and you can see the tweeter just put your small screw driver under it and lever it out. Don't worry it won't break. If it does i'll post you a new one. Its hard plastic not glass :D
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