Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Am
I cant find how to remove my factory speakers from my grand am so i can replace them
If you are replacing the door speakers their are many screws that need to be removed, their are 2 behind the little plastic(red)reflector on the doors(these just pop off,held by plastic clips) , their is one in that tiny hole by the handle bar, and their is another underneath the window control pannel(this will just pop off but be gentle their are metal clips holding it in) after that you can pull the panel right off, it will be tough don't be afraid to pull at it(their are those little fake plastic clips holding it in)
To remove these you must put down both seats(to do this there are two latches in your trunk that release the seats.)from the inside of the car you should see a big grey plastic bar, it has 3 or 4 of the little fake plastic screws in them, just pull them out.Next you must remove the trim above the doors in the back seats(these also just pull out. After that the whole back dash panel will come off uncovering the speakers.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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