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Removing the old Speakers

I am trying to replace the rear speakers and need to know how to remove stock speakers from a 2000 GP

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Under your rear seat in front where you put your feet, there are 2 plastic tabs you pull down on to release the seat, from there lift the seat up. 
Then if i remember correctly, your going to need a wrench to take out to bolts that hold the back of the seat in, and from there its pretty self explanitory. 

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