If i am correct, you would have to open the trunk to look at the bottom of the rear speakers, and then once you have seen them, you should see a bracket that is holding the speakers. If I'm correct, you should have to remove the clip or bracket that holds the speaker up and then you should be able to pull down the speaker with ease.
Back seat has to come out and the rear package tray too and then you can get to the bolts that hold the speakers in.
im looking for the wattage of the speakers, but i know the size of the rear speakers are 5/8 and the doors are 4 1/2
2- 3 1/2"s in the dash 2- 4x10"s in the rear
The 1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme was rated 350 horsepower with the with the V8 engine. It was last year that the Cutlass was a rear wheel drive vehicle.
6 by 9 (6x9). standard for most cars. the front speakers are always the tricky ones
FRONT OR REAR ?
The door speakers in an Oldsmobile Aurora measure 6 inches by 9 inches. These speakers are located in the rear deck.
Bad tire? Bent rim?
Look at the bottom or rear of radiator Look at the bottom or rear of radiator
Front = 3 & half, Rear = 4x10
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Equalizer valve not allowing fluid flow to rear?
Noise coming from engine in Oldsmobile Cutlass could be as a result of an oil leak in the rear of your engine. This makes the gears to wear off leading to severe knocking noise.
go to the Toyota store n ask them if they don't no go on Google and type in this how toinstall rear speakers on a 1991Toyota 4runner
Starter is always going to be on the bottom rear of the engine connected to the flywheel.
you have to turn the pistons at the same time you push the pistons in
The rear speakers are 6"x9"
To replace the rear speakers, you have to go in the trunk, look towards upper back section of the trunk and you will see the speakers. The speakers have two black hand-screws that can be unscrewed without tools. It is as simple as this.
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The Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme was an intermediate-size car produced by GM for the U.S. market. The Supreme sat atop the Cutlass line, beginning as a trim package and eventually becoming its own model name. The popularity of the Cutlass helped drive Oldsmobile to a million sales for the first time in 1978. More than half were Cutlasses. Production of the rear-wheel drive Cutlass ended in 1987. The last car to wear the Cutlass badge was a smaller, front-wheel drive car that left the line on July 2, 1999. It was replaced, indirectly, by the Intrigue.
4 by 6in
Restoring a classic car or refusing to give one up means finding the right parts. JC Whitney has millions of car parts, including a rear view mirror for a 1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme.