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How do you get to the door speakers on a 1991 Subaru Legacy sedan?

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2005-10-09 22:09:07
2005-10-09 22:09:07

Unfortunately, you have to remove the door panel cover. There are three or four screws and several pop-clips, but it is actually pretty simple. To remove the door panel, you have to disconnect the power connector and the speaker (just clips). Hope that helps

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