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Removal/replacement of sub woofer

Hi
1990 Toyota Mr2 Mk2 - Sub woofer is dead and wish to replace it any ideas as to how you get it out? Any suggestions as to a good manual for this particular model - bought a CD on line and 98% appears to be the Mk1

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  • cobman999 Feb 24, 2009

    Hi

    Aware of where it is - justb do not know how to get the sub out to replace it. i.e. how is it fixed in position?

    Yours

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    i don't know alot about them but if the motor is not in the rear... look in the trunk under the rear part where the seats come up

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You need to fold the drivers side seat forward. 
You have a compartment on the drivers side that is identical to the passengers side storage box and works the same way. The top of the panel on the drivers side is hinged like the passengers side. Pull up on the leading edge and it will open revealing the sub enclosure
Remove the speaker grill mounted in the carpet by carefully working a screwdriver under each of the corners and popping it loose, Once this is done you will have access to the 4 X 10mm bolts that hold the face of the unit. By pulling back the carpet a little you will reveal 2 more bolts at ether end of the enclosure. remove these and begin working the enclosure out carefully. It's a tight fit so take your time and work from the left side first. Once the left side is up high enough to reach the wires, unplug them from the side and finish removing the box. You can now make a choice. 
You can have your old speaker fixed "seach speaker repair" for $20-$40... or you can replace it with a new one.  www.twosrus.com can help you find a non-toyota replacement if you wish for reasonable money. 

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The subwoofer, if it has one, is behind the inner panel, behind the seats. The subwoofer amp is behind the inner panel, driver side.

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