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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ford usually fitted elliptical speakers in their models in the 1990's so it's possible that yours are 6"x9" or something similar.
You can get replacements from Ford, (which are usually very expensive!) or buy some better ones on the Internet, such as Ebay or Amazon.
I bought a pair of German Blaupunkt 6x9's for my car from some site I found on Ebay and the price was around half of that to buy the *same* speakers from Ford Spare parts Dep't!!!
The sound is fantastic!
PS: You should be able to access the rear speakers below the rear parcel shelf at each side of your Expedition. They are held in place by 4 screws, which usually have a Posidriv (+) type screwdriver head.
When refitting, make sure!!! that you fix the +ve spade terminal to the +ve marked on your new speaker & the -ve terminal to the -ve. Do this on both speakers to make sure that they are both in-phase (so both bass drive units are pushing air forwards together). If you don't keep them in phase, the speakers will produce much less bass - which is clearly noticable!
Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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