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Date Registered: 08-2005
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posticon How to Remove Door Panels


I Have a question, is there a cone air filter that can be used instead of the standard one?
Can anyone tell me how you remove the door panels to get to remove the stock speakers?


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Date Registered: 02-2005
Location: Taylor's Hill (Melbourne)
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sam77 wrote:

I Have a question, is there a cone air filter that can be used instead of the standard one?
Can anyone tell me how you remove the door panels to get to remove the stock speakers?



Haven't removed door panels, sam, but there is a thread somewhere about speaker replacements.
A number of us replaced the standard air filter with a K&N drop in one (simply replaces the standard one in the same air box - is relatively easily found in shops here because its the same as a holden commodore one). We seem to agree there's an immediate (seat of the pants dyno) improvement in engine running. There is a thread on that too. David M

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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
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Hi Sam and welcome to the forums.

By cone-type air filter I presume you're referring to a Cold Air Intake type of filter? If yes, it is available and you can find more information about this type of filter in THIS thread. The standard and cost effective upgrade is to go to the K&N drop-in filter and the results are amazing.

In regards to your question about speakers removal, here are the steps (information has been copied from the Yahoo Forum). The door trim removal process is very easy.

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There is an existing thread which discusses speaker size and upgrade suggestions and it can be found HERE

There is also a thread which discusses Tweeters upgrade and removal/installation process, which can be found HERE

Hope this info. helps emoticon

Happy reading.


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Date Registered: 08-2005
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Thanks guys for the feed back, I've looked at the threads, but can't see how you remove the door panels?
After reading the positive feeds on the K&N air filter, I shall get a replacement right away.
Does anyone know of other XTrail web sites I've done loads of searches, but it seems we are a small breed?
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sam77 wrote:

I've looked at the threads, but can't see how you remove the door panels?



Sam, can you please let me know which part of the door trim removal process (as shown in the pics above) is not clear and I will elaborate on it.

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Does anyone know of other XTrail web sites I've done loads of searches, but it seems we are a small breed?



Use the Google search and you will find some international xtrail communities. Ours is the most active one emoticon



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