You might find that the handle for the winder is conected by a circlip. If you get a screwdriver and push up on it, it should come off. Make sure you get it back on though or the handle will keep coming off.
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Truck has three 7mm bolts,,1 behind lock slider,just pry out,1 under armrest/door handle,and 1 on bottom side of door panel(bend down and you`ll see it.remove upper panel(triangle shaped).that model might also have a torx bit under plastic cover needing to be removed,,,lift UP on door panel and it should release. IMPORTANT IF POWER WINDOWS AND LOCKS THE RECTANGULAR PLUG HAS A CLIP YOU PRESS DOWN TO RELEASE SLIDER THAT WILL RAISE (DO NOT PRY) LOOK CAREFULLY SO AS TO NOT BREAK IT once you do that you will figure the rest out on your own. GOOD LUCK
You need a window crank removal tool or...a really small pick tool to remove the horseshoe shaped clip that holds the window crank on. Be careful when removing...it may fly across the room and you'll spend an hour looking for it. Also, go to metraonline.com, enter your vehicle info and the speaker sizes for your vehicle will be displayed.
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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 ....
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check the clip on the speaker for corrsion. if it after market check clip thee two wires from the clip to the speaker. drivers side window when fully in the down position grazes the clip. see if that helps.
well just because they replace the window shouldnt have nothing to do with it because the wires in your speakers are diffenrent and they run to your cd player seperatly try taking off the panel and make sure the wires that run to your cd player are hooked up to your speakers
You will need to either remove the door card or the speaker grill on the door card. To do this you will need a set of thin nose pliers for removing door clips, a flat head screw driver and a phillips screw driver for any cross head screws. Use the flat head screw driver to pop the grill off, if the grill is not removeable you will have to take the whole door card off. To do this you need to remove the electric windows panel as well as the door handle and lock panel, from their disconnect them from their harnesses. Then remove all clips and screws holding the panel in place. The door card should come free without too much effort, pulling upwards and away from the window. Unscrew the old speakers and disconnect the wires from them. Wire your new speaker to the same wire configuration as the old one. Screw it in. Place the door card back on and then plug the harnesses back in and place the door lock and window locking panels back in place. Do the same for the other door.
A professional installation will cost about $80 I think, I did my door speakers on my car and all I had to do was pop out the grill so it was easier than I expected.
should be some screws in the door handle/armrest and you can use a screwdriver around the edges to pop the rivets they are just plastic and can be replaced for a few dollars if you mess a few up-or they do sell a door panel puller tool also-the whole panel should come off as one piece handle buttons and all and will be limited in the distance you can move it due to wiring bundles connected to door locks power mirrors and stuff-hope that helps
The panel is held down by screws and plastic clips. Make sure the arm rest/handle doesn't have any screws in it either. The plastic clips will pop out with enough force. (This is how all of my cars doors were designed.)