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Instructions: 1 Disconnect the trucks negative battery cable.
2 Unhook the clip for the door's manual window crank with a hooked tool behind the handle (or rub a rag behind the handle), or for a power window, pry off the window switch assembly from the door handle with a trim stick and disconnect its electrical connector.
3 Pry off all small panels and bezels on or near the door with the trim stick, including the triangular panel on the mirror mount and the bezel surrounding the door handle.
4 Unscrew and remove all of the mounting screws for the door's inner trim panel then pull the panel out to detach the clips. Disconnect all remaining electrical connectors on the door panel.
5 Peel off the plastic water deflector sheet from the door.
6 Press down on the speaker's upper mounting tab while grasping the speaker, then tilt the speaker out of the door frame and lift it off the tabs on the bottom. Disconnect the speaker's electrical connector.
Connect the replacement speaker to the electrical connector.
8 Secure the speaker to the lower tabs and pivot it into the mounting hole, clipping it in place with the door's mounting tab.
9 Press the plastic shield back into place on the door.
10 Reconnect the trim panel onto the door, connecting all needed electrical connectors and engaging all its clips, then apply its mounting screws. Reconnect all smaller panels and bezels to the panel.
11 Reinstall the window crank or control switch with its clip or electrical connector.
12 Reconnect the black battery cable onto the negative terminal.
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But on most at the ft doors fiirst remove arm rest they should have plastic pop out screw covers
...remove covers and screws also the inside door handle will have screw also to help hold the door panel in place...if you have crank windows it takes a window crank removal tool....you will have to have this tool unless you have are familiar with these.....you can use a small long nose pair of needle nose plyers to remove the inside clip or a pair of hemostats .The clip is located at the inside center of the crank...some older models have a screw cover also at the inside center and is held on by a screw ....then start at the bottom of door panel with plastic panel remover tool (OR SCREWDRIVER) pop one side loose then grab and pull carefully with hand ..you may have to pull hard some will pop loudly and sound like it is breaking plastic..it will have plastic inserts...only pull bottom out and you should be able to reach the speakers....they are screwed in place...rear speakers I have to know what vehicle it is or else I could give wrong info...also for dash ....
write back with info if you can...........hope this helps.......................metalpoet
hey there,i hope the project turns out great, 1) round up all materials needed such as door components and indash radio,install plug for aftermarket radio,get a radio install kit they are like 10-15 bucks ,and if ur doing a double din radio you will have to cut trim to fit and inside compartment behind radio,but if your doin stock 1 din you will be fine. 2) in order to get to radio in dash you must pull dash bezel off from around gauges and radio and the radio has push down release tabs on both sides of radio ...push these down and pull radio outwards. 3) use new wire plug harness and install radio using install kit so radio sits in it and slides back in with tabs. 4) door panels come off with (3)crews that are 7mm near door handle,bottom of door near speaker,and inside where the switch panel is.must pull up switch panel to get to screw others are visible. 5) take mirror cap off and lift upwards on panel the whole panel will come off make sure to unplug vanity light at bottom door and all switches.remove n set to side door ....remove speaker and unplug then install new speaker cut plug install new crimped wire connector caps and install speaker and do reverse to put door back on and this go's for the otherside as well. 6) if theres more to your system write back with any ?'s ok ill try to help as much as possible.
YOU MAY BE ABLE TO GET A HARNESSADAPTOR. IF NOT GET AN "ISO" PLUG FROM YOUR FACTORS, AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE PACK, 1 PLUG IS THE POWER PLUG SO FIND THE SWITCHED LIVE, CONSTENT LIVE AND GROUND FROM CAR SOCKET. THE YELLOW IS CONSENT/MEMORY RED SWITCHED, BLACK GROUND EARTH, THE SPEAKER LEADS ARE PAIRED BY COLOUR YOU CAN TEST THESE WTH A 9V BATTERY TO FIND WHICH ONE IS WHAT, THE SPEAKER WILL BUZZ
the power feeds go to 1 block
get a test lamp and find the
switched live = goes to red
constent live = goes to yellow
ground earth = goes to black
speakers and dash display to 2nd block
speaker leads are matched in coloured pairs , use 9v battery to each pair to track speaker location, will buzz when hooked up to matched pair
Yes, You can fit these in the Doors with Modification. Your best Sytem Would be 2 in Front, 2 in Rear, and Sub. If you REALLY Wanna get into it, Go to Crutchfield.com and Purchase the Pioneer 7800 Series Equalizer and 3 Amplifiers. AWESOME SOUND!!!!!!!!! Please Rate My Response! Thanks!