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Has anyone ever replaced a rear door speaker grille in an RRS?

I had a little incident with a box sliding across the rear floor and bashing through the speaker grille. It's great for foot room that there's no driveshaft tunnel sticking up, but I can't stand putting stuff in floor...it slides around like crazy.

The dealer says the speaker grille can only be replaced by replacing the whole speaker. I expected them to say the whole door panel had to be replaced...but the speaker isn't very cheap either.

There has to be a source somewhere for a replacement. What are the good LR salvage yards...and are there even many wrecked Sports out there? If they would even sell just the speaker grille...
 

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check with your insurance company: sounds like a comprehensive coverage loss.
 

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I am in the same boat as the OP, dealer says entire door panel needs replaced in order to repair the grille(2010 RRS). Anyone have any luck just replacing the grill, or am I stuck replacing the whole panel?
 

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FYI...I ended up finding all of the pieces inside the door panel and then meticulously gluing them into place in the broken grille.... It was a pain, but a lot better than $1500 for a door panel and it actually looked pretty good afterward.
 

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Reviving an old thread, still have not gotten my damaged grill repaired. I have been able to find used rear door panels but the ones I have found have different color stitching on the arm rest/door pull. Can this portion of the panel be swapped out with the rest from my current door panel? Dealer is unsure, looks like it can be removed.
 

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Did you ever find one? I am finding I have to replace the door panel - or at least buy the door panel. And I have a weird edition that is Onyx -- almost black. I am having luck finding black and tan door panel though ~ 150-200$
 

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If you guys do use glue first, don't use super glue. The chemicals produced when "gassing out" turns plastic white. Try clear epoxy from inside the speaker grille
 
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