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Installing new rear speakers, how do the old ones come out? do I remove the rear deck, pry the old covers? please help.

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  • Marcel Michaud Feb 05, 2011

    to put it lightly, it's not easy, but it is rather straight forward
    It is necessary to know if it's a sedan or coupe

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this sholdnt be to difficult, there should be screws holding the speakers in underneath them so just unscrew these but make sure you dissconect the wires first once this is done they should lift out and then just get your new ones place them in then replace screws back in and reconnect the wires and that should be it.

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#1. Remove 2 screws above speedometer. and then remove the 2 screws under the AC/heater control
#2. to get to the rear speakers you can either go through the trunk to remove the speakers or take the back seats out.
you dont usually have to remove the rear panel. the speakers slide right out from bottom.

Posted on Aug 13, 2008

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You have to remove the backseat, the back upper sidepillar trim and then the cover over the speakers.

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in case you havent figured it out, or for the next person that needs help. . .

i needed to replace my rear window struts.
i stuck a flathead screw driver in each of the metal clips at each end of the strut and pryed them loose. the struts popped right off the mounts. i also unscrewed the rear speaker panel so i could remove the wire connecting the strut to the car (rear defroster?) and remove completely. i wanted to take the whole unit to the autoparts store and compare it to the new strut. when buying replacements, i noticed the new struts did not come with the electrical housing on the upper end, just a male thread. i was stumped because i couldnt get the housing off of the old strut . . .i didnt want to damage it trying.

i finally i got the nerve. all it took was a pair of channel locks (pliers). grip the rod tight enough to unscrew the housing from the rod. after breaking loose, it should come right off easily.

i realized after that i didnt need to open the speaker panel and disconnect the wire. i probably could have just unhooked the strut and unscrewed the housing (while the wire remained connected to the van), screwed the new strut back into the housing, and reattached the strut to the van.

installation is the opposite of removal. i also read on a few sites that its a good idea to replace them both at the same time.

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Most of the time you get to the rear speakers by opening the trunk and looking up from the trunk that's where the wires connect and the bolts that hold them in and they come out the bottom in the trunk. with all the bolts removed the grill inside the car can be remove as the bolts that hold the speakers in hold the grilles on too

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i finally i got the nerve. all it took was a pair of channel locks (pliers). grip the rod tight enough to unscrew the housing from the rod. after breaking loose, it should come right off easily.

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