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RE: How to clean rear speaker grill? Help!
I can remove some of the grilles in my CQ using the old paper clip
trick: bend a paper clip to hook thru the holes, and pull GENTLY. If it
is removable this way, out it comes. Beware, some grilles are stuck in
with some sort of mastic, so pull persistently but gently. If it won't
come out, you are prolly faced with a headstand under the dash, and
release it from behind, or other gymnastics. The requirement for a
headstand is VERY unusual. HTH.
Ian Duff, New Bedford, MA
1990 Coupe Quattro
>Sent: Tuesday, May 21, 1996 12:23 AM
>To: Duff, Ian
>Cc: 'quattro list'
>Subject: RE: How to clean rear speaker grill? Help!
>On Mon, 20 May 1996, Duff, Ian wrote:
>> If it's metal, remove, then try warm water, followed quickly by a good
>How do you remove it? I see no visible screws or other means to
>the speaker. Any idea how to do that? Thanks, Mike.
>> Ian Duff, New Bedford, MA
>> 1990 Coupe Quattro
>> >From: Mike[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>> >Sent: Friday, May 17, 1996 6:56 PM
>> >To: quattro list
>> >Subject: How to clean rear speaker grill? Help!
>> >The previous owner of my 89 100 apparently spilled a milkshake on the
>> >rear speaker. Now there's gunk dried and stuck in the little holes.
>> >Anybody know a good way to clean these? Thanks!
>> >89 100