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OK Guys....honest...I'm actually kind of a handy guy. Really....I am doing the rear speaker install on my 99 Boxster. The speakers are all mounted and the storage compartment put back in and the roof all re attached. I am now at the step that says remove rear quarter panel behind passenger seat. It says if you have a black interior, the phillips screw might be quite hard to find. Man is that an understatement. I have been trying to locate that screw for the last 2 hours. Literally 2 full hours. I have been using high intensity lights and even tried using a small magnet. I have felt around until my fingernails are breaking and my fingertips are bleeding. First....tell me that there really is a small screw there somewhere....and secondly does anybody have any tips whatsoever on how I might go about locating this screw. I am at my wits end. I'm starting to believe there is no screw.

Help....tips....hints....suggestions....anything

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We show how to do this on the DVD we shot last year. The carpeted trim panel has a #2 phillips in it. We filmed it on Raman's car with a black interior. So it would show up we held the driver in the screw while the tape was running and Raman removed it. This is also the same for the spin lock install which we also filmed.

Loren's instructions will show you where the screw is.

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Loren could you email the installation guide?  My email address is gl-g100rcd@sbcglobal.net

I sent you a PM.

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Loren could you email the installation guide?

My email address is donjuan143@gmail.com

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