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The front and rear door panels must be removed. The interior door handle will have to be removed, and the power window switch will also have be removed. This is held in by metal clips that secure it to the door panel. Do not be afraid to use a little force to get under the switch panel, and pry it from the door panel. Once you have all accessories off of the door panel, look for what may appear to be "plugs" in the door panel. These may conceal the presence of a screw. Also, check around the interior door pull for screws or "plugs". When this is done, use a medium to large screwdriver, or a trim removal tool, and start prying the door panel away from the door. Start at the bottom, and work your way around the door, until you get about 2-3 inches from the top of the panel where it meets the window. When you are at this point front and rear, simply lift up on the door panel, and it should come off easily. Once the panel is removed, you will easily find the speakers.

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SOURCE: replacing rear speakers on 1998 ford taurus

i had a 93 tarus for awhile and i dropped some pioneers in it. it was easy because the speakers actually sat on top of the paneling but on a 98 they are under it. the easiest way to go about changing them is to remove them from the top of the trunk. the fabric unclips from the top and a few screws hold the speakers in place.

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i had a 93 tarus for awhile and i dropped some pioneers in it. it was easy because the speakers actually sat on top of the paneling but on a 98 they are under it. the easiest way to go about changing them is to remove them from the top of the trunk. the fabric unclips from the top and a few screws hold the speakers in place.

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