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Front speaker installation for VW Passat

How to install front speakers on VW Passat

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If you've not taken speakers out before they are easy to do, you have to pull the door trim off, first look if there are any screws and take them out then carefully pull the trim away from the door and using a torch you will see plastic holding clips you have to pull the trim off at that point, some will break but they are a few cent only and can be got from the VW dealer readily, take your time and you "might" not break any of them, I find a plastic 12" ruler to be handy along with a flat bladed screwdriver, first cover all the blade of the screwdriver with masking tape to stop any damage if you slip.
very simple job to do just take your time and dont rush the clips have a tough hold on the doors also.

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Buy a Haynes or Chiltons repair manual, they are twenty dollars, they are well worth it trust me.

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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