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Rear speakers will not work

Does anyone know where or how to get a diagram to take the panel off to get to my rear speakers?...took dash off to get to back of factory stereo and everything looks ok...although the #1 and 2 buttons don't have the back light...any help? thanks..
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# 1... check the balane and faders... make sure they're all centered, next... take the radio oud... and get you an old speaker... strip 2 wires of the same color... and connect the speaker... if you have sound... tape the wires... and try the second set... what ever you do... do not... let the wires touch... and do not... connect the speakers to ground... you will fry the outputs in the radio, if you find a set of wires with no sound... chances are... you blew out the outputs in the radio, now... after you determin that all the wire seta have sound... the next thing to do is pull off the panel for the back door, first thing you do is look for any screws... if you find some... remove them... once you have them out... put one hand on one side of the door... and just pull gently... it'll come off with a very little effort... then disconnect the wires for doorlocks... the windows... and all that... then disconnect speaker wiring harness... get a 9volt battery... and touch the speaker terminals... and you should hear a pop... if you do... the speaker is good... if not... replace... then just reverse the procedure to install... good luck to you

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