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Replace rear speakers in 1998 chrysler t&c

I would like to replace rear speakers in my 1998 chrysler town & country and also check rear window motor. My question is where do I start tearing it apart. Thank you for your help.

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  • Greg Held
    Greg Held Dec 03, 2008

    speakers are in rear and i think that i need to remove panel or piece located near inside (top) of hatch first and work my way down. no screws are in sight

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Check for & remove all the screws around the outside of the panel. Dont for get grab handle etc for screws too, then start pulling the panel off with quick pulls around the outside to release clips. If you come to a spot where it doesn't want to release, have a good look for caps over screws, or more screws you didn't see. Patience, you'll get there. Once the panel is off, and draft paper out of the way, you'll see whats needed to remove the speaker.

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  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler Dec 04, 2008

    None around the outside edge of panel, where it wraps around,for example when hatch up, mine has screws around the outside edge, and it's a 99'. Maybe they were different in 98' ?

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