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Replacing door speakers in a mercury tracer

Step by step instructions how to replace door speaker in a mercury tracer

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First remove any screws in door panel, then remove lock and window controls, then take flathead screw driver and SLOWLY pry panel off door. You now will have access to speaker. Speaker is held by 4 screws and wire harness that unclips.
Reverse procedure to reinstall. Door panel pops back in the wholes to reattach

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