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05 Hyundai 350L install rear speaker

Having troubles getting to the rear deck speakers on my 05 Hyundai 350L. The grills really dont seem to want to come off without problems putting back on. The rear deck cover has several things attached to it. Must be removed from above. What is the correct method of replacing the rear speakers.

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You need to remove the entire package tray to access the speakers. Remove the side interior plastic panels, and the seat back small piece on each side to help.

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