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Audio how do you put in aftermarket speakers in the front dash

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    do you have to take dash completely out to install new speakers

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I drive a 95 so im not to sure if it is the exact same. but i think you have to take the dash off. cuz mine blew and i was looking at that too. dont quote me tho. just somthing to check out.

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Hi, pull the trim plate off the dash around the radio. The trim may go all around the instrument panel. With the trim plate off, you can see the factory radio screws. Take the screws out, pull the radio out and remove the connectors, including the antenna wire.
You will need an adapter to fit the aftermarket radio snugly into the dash. They sell these wherever they sell aftermarket radios. I recommend you also buy the cable adapter. If you don't, at least buy the antenna adapter of you will no be able to plug your antenna into the new CD player.
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