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My Mitsubishi Diamante rear Speaker is blown.

I'm trying to replace my rear speakers but the speaker is held in place by screws that I cannot reach with a regular screwdriver. Is there some type of name for the screw driver I'm supposed to be using? I have no idea!

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You need a "right angle screwdriver" or "skewdriver".

Right angle screwdrivers are kind of like tiny ratchets with screwdriver bits.

Skewdrivers are 45 degree angled screwdrivers that rotate when you twist the handle.

I prefer the craftsman right angle screwdriver, as it ratchets easily and applies more torque than a skewdriver.
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