Question about Car Audio & Video
Some cars are built nowadays where the bolts/nuts under the rear deck actually hold the speakers AND grills in place. If you back the nuts all the way off, it may allow the speaker and grill to lift out of the deck.
If this doesn't work you may need to pry/pop the grills out of their shroud.
Although they're always looking for ways to save four cents on a plastic plug, it's inconceivable that they would be built in a way that must be broken to be removed.
One other thing to check very closely is whether there are small screw-head covers, usually circular plastic pieces, that need to be popped out in order to access the screwheads. I see this more on door panels, but worth looking for.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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