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Cleaners wrecked Speaker Cover and got Cleaner behind window for HVAC

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I will post pics when I can. The Drivers door of my 2006 Turbo S has had the soft finish rubbed off the main speaker cover by a local Ziebart shop, still waiting to see how he will deal with it before I say anything bad. They used an air stream to dry the dash and I guess the 1/2 inch wide window between the two front climate control switches has all sorts of 'goo' behind it. It looks like kids painting with wet paint and straws and blowing long 'snakes' of cloudy crap all behind the window. Is this a piece that I can remove easily? Does anyone know how before I start pulling my dash apart? They also lost my winter floor mats that were in the trunk. Wow, I have never been so disappointed in a service, I have always had good luck there, and otherwise the truck looks GREAT, but I know that speaker cover is only available as the whole door panel...

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