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Old 06-28-2012, 11:30 PM
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DIY How To Remove L7! Do At Your Own Risk

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DO AT YOUR OWN RISK!

HOW TO REMOVE L7


1. Open the trunk
2. Remove carpet over spare tire
3. Remove the spare tire cover (board) If Necessary
4. look at the left panel there is a Gray color clip with 2 screws that screw into the floor (remove those)
5. Remove the black rubber molding around the trunk an gray panel.
6. Remove the black plastic cover that is up against the inner trunk wall near the lock. It has 4 black flat plastic screws.
7. At the top an bottom of the left side panel are 5 or 6 black clips (looks like flat screws) 1 at the top an 5 across the bottom. Remove those
8. Remove whole left side panel
9. Depending on the amp you have (For L7 Only) there are 2 metal slide out clips on the side of the amp. Remove those.
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10. Unplug Fiber optic line from L7
11. You are done!

I hope I didn't miss anything I try to do this by memory. Just Trying To Give Back To The Community That Gave To Me. Good Luck!
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Thanks, this helped me a ton today!
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please excuse my stupidity but what is L7
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DIY How To Remove L7! Do At Your Own Risk

Its the logic 7 amp in many e65s which powers the bass speakers and raear door speakers also responsible for the proper function of the ask I drive and everything else on the MOST hope that helps


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Re: DIY How To Remove L7! Do At Your Own Risk

Thank you for explaining.havnt had any issues as yet.

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No problem .. That's good hope you won't have any problems ..


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