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How do you change speakers?

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2007-05-24 23:09:40
2007-05-24 23:09:40

To change speakers you take out the cord and put it where it belongs. Or you can look at the second answer of "How do you remove the factory speakers from your 92 grand am se they are the premium speakers if that matters?" for a better, more complete response.

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