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1996 mustang rear speakers

How do you take apart the rear speakers in a mustang convertible to replace them without breaking the outer cover?

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Open up the trunk and remove them from inside the trunk.

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I need ro replace the rear speakers on my 1992 mustang convertible, anybody know how?

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