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Old 05-06-2005, 03:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I know I know - its always gonna make noises but - my passenger door panel squeaks much more than the driver's side does. The door is tight, hinges are lubed. I replaced 2 clips inside that were chewed up and even put some electrical tape around the edge while the door was off.
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I'm assuming you have taken one panel off before and not the other?
Unfotunately from what I've noticed, door panels will never be as tight after they have been removed. Its a shame b/c I like to replace the factory speakers, but that situation alone keeps me away from the job.
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I'm assuming you have taken one panel off before and not the other?
Unfotunately from what I've noticed, door panels will never be as tight after they have been removed. Its a shame b/c I like to replace the factory speakers, but that situation alone keeps me away from the job.
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Actually have had both off for a speaker change. I wd40d around the edges this a.m. and it is gone!
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