I found the below answer on this site and it helped me with my 1998 GPGT " I have a 2000 Grand Prix Myself, it should almost be the same. You're gonna have to take the whole rear seat out first before you can get to the speakers. The bottom part of the seat is easy, you just gotta find 2 latches locate right in the middle of where both the rear seat passengers would sit, all you gotta do is pull it and it'll come out easy. The second part of the seat (The one that your back rests on i don't know what is called :P) is held by 2 bolts and the seatbelts, unscrew them both and when ready pull up and out, it should come out easy. After that its easy to get to the rear dash, unscrew the old speakers and install the new ones. It'll probably take an hour or so if its your first time once you get the hang of it its really easy, I installed both rear speakers and also wired up the sub and amp under the carpet of my grand prix. "
the door speakers are 5.25" round, and the rear deck speakers are 6x9".
Why do my rear speakers cut off
depending on which you are trying to change i know the rear seat needs to be removed to access the rear speakers. there is no other way to remove the rear dash and or grilles
Why would you want to? lol
the rear speakers are 6"x9".
The Grand Prix could have a wiring problem. Check the wires to the back speakers for any loose connections or shorts. If the wiring is on then the stereo probably has an internal problem.
You need to remove the rear seat to access the speakers and remove the covers.
6.5" in the front, 6x9 in the rear.
www.sonicelectronix.com is my favorite site and knows exactly what will fit.
No, the Pontiac G8, which is the Grand Prix replacement is, but the Grand Prix hasn't been rear wheel drive ever since the 70's.
The door mounted speakers are 5.25" and the rear deck speakers are 6"x9". The space allowed for the depth or height of the speakers are just a little over 3".
there are straps in the trunk bhind the backseats hanging by the rear speakers
I've just purchased a 2000 Grand Prix. The previous owner had a system in the trunk which in turn busted the speaker in the doors and rear speakers. I would like to put some regular speakers from one of the local dept. stores but don't know what size to get. Can someone help me out please.
For step by step instructions on how to remove the rear speakers check out the following website. http://www.oqcgp.com/forum/kb.php?mode=article&k=57 Hope this helps.
simple. get yourself a wrench set and an actuator tool to push in the rear pistons on the calipers.
from the top(inside vehicle) side a-pillar trim,and back deck lid need to come out, speakers set in from top, hope this gets you started !
5-1/4 in the Doors, 6-1/2 in the kick panels, 6x9 in the rear deck.
The front speakers on a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am are 4x6. The rear speakers on a Pontiac Grand Am are 6x9.
it has no rear axle
Answer The front door speakers are 4x6 inch and the rear deck speakers are 6x9 inch in a 2004 Grand Am.
The emergency brakes are whatever your rear brake pads are.
The front door speakers on a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am Se are 4x6. The rear deck speakers are 6x9.