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To get at the speaker, you need to remove the rear window shelf trim panel -
Remove rear seat lower by lifting from front;
Remove bolts holding rear seat back and remove seat back; Remove the seat belt retractors;
Remove the push in retainers from the cross car beam;
Lift up on the front of the shelf panel to disengage the hook and loop material; then do the same at the rear of the panel, and pull out the shelf.
The speaker is now accessible for removal.
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You will need to remove all screws, then remove window and lock controls, then take large flat-tipped screwdriver and gently pry next to all the plastic studs that hold on panel to door. Once all panel is pried up and loose, just pull straight up and lift off. Then remove plastic without ripping the middle, (You can stick back on later) then you will have access to window motor. It is a 12 volt motor.
if the window is off track the regulator is probably bad. to remove the door panel should be a couple of screws by the inside pull handle and possibly one by the door handle itself also check the bottom of the door for any then just pull it off and lift up to clear latches and remove plastic film to get to inside of the door
pull the b pillar cover off next to the driver's seat, there will be a connector with 2 red wires mounted to the b pillar right next to the seat belt retractor, find the other connector, and connect them. should operate normally.
You do not need to remove the back seat. You do
need a long extension to remove the lower bolt holding in the bottom of
the rear window. Two bolts at the top are easy to see and
remove. Then unplug the wires and the entire window assembly will
wiggle out without any other disassembly.