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How do you change the speakers on a 1997 Toyota Avalon?

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2009-09-15 02:38:19
2009-09-15 02:38:19
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There are two screws in the arm rest and I believe two at the bottom of the door panel. Then you need to pry off the door panel or if you have the tool to pull out the mounting clips from there you remove the speaker and replace. My problem is I can't find the right size speakers.

On other places on the web, I have seen the following additional (please note that this is all unverified): 1. take care in removing the clips by using a shielded tool (tape over a scredriver, etc.) 2. one of the "clips" may in fact require pressing the middle of the clip while removing it. 3. the Ohm rating of the speaker is probably on the speaker. Any wattage is OK, but the proper Ohm rating must be used.

Try to use Toyota speaker adapter plugs so you don't need to cut wires and mess the electric system up. You can get them from Ebay or Amazon.
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