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Hello everyone, I'm new to Porsche ownership. I've always been a motorhead but raised on american muscle cars. I'm 54 , when I was growing up everyone had a hot rod with 350 + hp (and those were the small ones). Anyway, my wife has always had an eye for BMWs and Porsches, so for her 50th and our 25th (same month) I purchased her a used 06 cayman S. She loves it and I like working on it as well. After a general cleaning I starting taking things apart to see what makes it tic. So far I have replaced the rear wheel bearings due to some noise (all went well) while at it I noticed the drivers side Coil was broken and missing about 4 inches off the bottom coil. Bought new springs and ready to go but I feel like an idiot, I can't get the inside body panels off to get to the strut. I've looked at diagrams and see where the screws and clips are to remove the speaker cover but just can't seem to remove the cover just above the speaker cover. I don't want to start taking everything out of the car, I know it's all plastic and clips and am afraid of breakage. If anyone knows or has instructions on this job please share. I would be forever in your debt. Ron Algiere

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