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While on a recent trip, I somehow managed to get a leaf in my left front speaker housing. I am not sure how to get the grill off to remove the leaf, so before I started prying on parts that shouldn't be pried on, I thought I would ask the knowledgeable folks on this forum. The bike is a 2013 model. Anyone out there know how to remove the speaker grill?
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What year bike??
 

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What year bike??
While on a recent trip, I somehow managed to get a leaf in my left front speaker housing. I am not sure how to get the grill off to remove the leaf, so before I started prying on parts that shouldn't be pried on, I thought I would ask the knowledgeable folks on this forum. The bike is a 2013 model. Anyone out there know how to remove the speaker grill?
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FlaWinger
That's how I was able to answer the question. :thumbup:
 

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Bring it by and I'll show you how.... Easy !!
 

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I haven't had any leafs blow in there but plenty of insects (large and small). :lol:

The first response should have you all squared away. You can probably pull the panel and get your hand (or shack it) to remove the debris without having to disconnect any of the speaker wires or the console button connector. :thumbup:
While on a recent trip, I somehow managed to get a leaf in my left front speaker housing. I am not sure how to get the grill off to remove the leaf, so before I started prying on parts that shouldn't be pried on, I thought I would ask the knowledgeable folks on this forum. The bike is a 2013 model. Anyone out there know how to remove the speaker grill?
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