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  1. I already adjusted my fronts, but I'm afraid to start tearing into the back deck of the car. I have heard you pop-out the speaker grills then remove the bose speaker, but then what? I do have PCM2 and Bose sound system. The car is a 2003 911 Turbo
  2. I was using the DIY instructions from this forum and i ran into a problem, probably because I have never changed brake pads before. Anyways I got through everything to the point where I spread the calipers apart with pliers, but then I couldn't get the pads to pull out. Am I forgetting something here? It felt like the Pads had rusted onto the backing plate and I was afraid to pry the two apart. Is it ok to just go in there and try to chizzle them apart, what should I do? I need to figure this out as my car is in pieces and I need to drive it by thursday to have the alignment for my track event. Thanks, Bill
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