Remove the door panel and then you get access to the speaker
Small screwsriver pop the metal speaker covers off..easy access to speakers from there
if u have access to speakers turn on radio balance speaker control on radio ,hook a good speaker to each wire if it work check the radio
Yes the door panel must be removed to gain access to the speakers. Just replace them It will sound better.
1.On sedan models,the rear speaker are under the package shelf behind the rear seat.Remove the seats and high mount brake light,then detach the package tray panel for access to the mounting screws.On station wagon models,the rear speakers are in the cargo area.Remove the screws,detach the covers from speakers for access to the mounting screws. 2.Remove the speaker retaining screws.Disconnect the electrical connector and remove speaker from the vehicle
FRONT SPEAKERS 1.Remove the front door trim panel 2.Remove the speaker retaining bolts,Disconnect the electrical connector and remove the speaker from the vehicle 3.Installation is reverse of removal REAR SPEAKERS 1.On sedan models,the rear speakers are under the package shelf behind the rear seat,remove the seats and high mounted stop light,then detach the package tray panel for access to the mounting screws.On station wagon models,the rear speakers are in the cargo area.Remove the screws,detach the covers from the speakers for access to the mounting screws. 2.Remove the speaker retaining screws.Disconnect the electrical connector and remove the speaker from the vehicle 3.Installation is the reverse of removal
You need to remove the rear seat to access the speakers and remove the covers.
6-6 1/2" speakers. and they're on the outside of the door panel, meaning easy and quick access to change them with aftermarket speakers. goodluck.
On sedan models the rear speakers are under the package shelf behind the rear seat.Remove the seats and high mounted stop light then detach the package tray panel for access to the mounting screws.On station wagon models the rear speakers are in the cargo area.Remove the screws and detach the covers from the speakers for access to the mounting screws. # Remove the speaker retaining screws and disconnect the electrical connector and remove the speaker from the car
I have a chevy 2001 ls tahoe. How do you access the drivers side door speaker to change step by step.
That really depends on what year the regal is. For the early 90's there are two speakers located in the trunk directly below the rear window which are visible from inside the trunk, and there are two speakers located in the top of the dashboard which are accessible by removing the speaker grills. For later model Buick regals the rear speakers are the same, but the front speakers are located in the front door panels (you have to remove the door panels to access the wires).
Go in the trunk. Reach up through the hole between the speakers. Bend down the speaker grill flanges (top ones). Go inside and pull out speaker grill from the top. Now you have access to the speaker bolts. Good luck! Matt G.
I bought a pair of replacement speakers from the Crutchfield catalog. It was a breeze to replace them since the speaker grills pop right off allowing for easy access. Remember that the tweeters are up top so you only need bass. You can put it combined speakers but the tweeters will not work. They don't carry the infinity radio parts anymore, you can still get the Dodge Chrysler speakers from oemautosound
Rear speakers: simply unscrew the 4 screws that hold on the cover then you have access to the speakers. Front speakers: you will have to take the interior door panel off this should give you access to the front doors.
The rear speakers are very simple to replace. First start by GENTLY prying the speaker covers up and off (this is for the rear speakers only). Next remove the screws that hold the speaker "box" down and gently elevate the speaker enough to gain access to the wiring, once there simply unplug the wiring and pull the speaker box out (DO NOT MAKE THE MISTAKE OF TRYING TO CUT THE WIRES simply unplug the). with the speaker box(s) out remove the four retaining screws that mount the speakers to there respective frames, next simply disconnect the speaker wires and plug in your new speakers. installation is simply these instructions in reverse order. You be wise to purchase a Chilton complete car care manule to help guide you trough the front speaker, for they are nowhere near as simple as the rear,trust me. Ryan 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.
Gentle start on the fabric panel when the speaker cover is located and pull a small portion at a time.
you will have to pull the door panel off to access the speaker. the 95 millenia has a premium sound system so be careful. It may have 2 ohm speakers in there and if you replace them with 4 ohm speakers, you will get alot less power from the system and it will not sound as good. your best bet is to bypass the factory amp and wire the new speakers right to an aftermarket head unit.
If its a convertable, remove the the screws under the rear seat and remove. Then remove the screws holding the leather enclosures and remove from sill plate. remove the speaker boxes and replace. If you don't have new speaker boxes remove cover a speaker box, access speaker and replace, you will probably have to solder the wires, then reverse the order and put back together.
from shop manual: remove luggage cover and holder assembly remove speaker cover retainer nut and and screws securing the cover in place over the speaker assembly loosen and remove the speaker retainer screws securing the speaker in place, lift the speaker out enough to access the wire harness at the rear of the assembly disconnect the speaker harness remove the speaker installation is the reverse of removal
pop the speaker grilles upwards in the front and slide them towards you. then there are four plastic clips in the corners of the speaker that can be gently pryed back and it will come out. dont forget to unhook all four wiring clips underneath by lying in the trunk.
From the trunk.
No you don;t need to pull off the door trim to access the stock speaker. You just need to remove the door handle and the grill section. Installing a larger speaker is possible but requires more work as you need to remove the door card and make a custom mounting plate for the speaker itself 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.
Remove the floor sill covering, it has 5 or 6 screws, then you can access the speakers.......
U start off by folding the back seats down, which allows u to have access to the bolts of the back speaker protection, after u take bolts off, that back protection should wiggle out so u could have access to the rear speakers, the rear speakers should have smaller screws u need to take off prior to removing the speakers, after the screws are off the speakers should come right out, which will let u disconect them.. Now for your new speakers in, U will need a universal connection that u could get pretty much anywhere they sell stereos, that way u don't have to do any cutting of any wires what so ever..
Go to Youtube.com and type in rear speaker replacement Saturn. A guy did a video explaining each step in removing stuff to gain easy access to the rear speakers. Here is the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4mchytppo8