Question about Car Audio & Video
Replacing the OEM speakers is one of the simplest tasks in car audio.
Here's a link to Crutchfield's learning center video that shows a step-by-step procedure. There's also a short article here that details the required tools and other specifics.
If you use Crutchfield's "outfit my car" feature it will take you to all of the speakers that will fit, tell you if any adapters are required, and provide the details of installing. If you purchase your speakers from Crutchfield, they will also include a vehicle specific "master sheet" and a plug-in harness if required.
Hope this helps.
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