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How do you remove factory sub woofer on a Lincoln navigator?

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2008-07-05 01:26:36
2008-07-05 01:26:36

remove plastic strip at base of back door, unscrew knobs that hold cargo net, remove third row seating and last remove side panel covering subwoofer. hope that helps its easier than it sounds. should need no more than a 1/4 inch nut driver I changed the subwoofer just last week and discovered some real fun stuff. If it is the factory subwoofer you will also have to remove the side panel and the subwoofer enclosure and remove the bolt from the back of the speaker itself. It's a pain, but only takes about one hour. I swapped it for just a regular 8" subwoofer and it works great.

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