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Hey guys, I just recently washed my 2019 Explorer Sport and noticed the swirling on the black soft plastic window pillars where the front and rear doors meet as well as the corner of the rear window by the hatch.
I already scheduled an appointment to get it corrected and have some x-pel film...
I'm new to the forum, so forgive me if this question is redundant, but I could not find a specific answer for how to run the BT microphone cord to the top of the pillar to mount the mic. I am working on a recently acquired 1996 Explorer XLT that I bought with the radio removed...
Plan on buying 4 10" midrange speakers in the next week. Would the C Pillars hold up 2 speakers each? Maybe fiberglass it? What would it take for these pillars to hold? What are your thoughts/suggestions?
Arrows pointing to the pillars in the rear, closest to the liftgate
After reading several threads on painting the faded black pillar trim I decided to give it a go.
Be sure to check out my other write-ups:
How To: Replace Blend Door Actuator in 3rd Gen Ex
How To: Remove/Replace 3rd Gen Door Panel
How To: Install Signal Mirrors On 3rd Gen Ex