Speaker grilles are held in with a combination of velcro tabs and clips. The grilles just pull out toward you. You can pry on them a little from the bottom edge to get it started. Just press them back into place to reinstall.
The speaker covers are held in with a screw, remove it and tilt it out away from where the screw was. then remove the screws holding the speaker in and remove the speaker.
Remove the speaker covers. Remove the speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the speakers. Reverse the process to install the new speakers.
you most likely have to remove the back seats for the back speakers, for the front you have to take the door panale offAnswerThe speaker covers don't come off they are a part of the rear panneling, you have to take out the back seat, carefully pop off the light and lift up the pannel.
Reverse the process to install the new speakers. You will need to remove the speaker covers from your 1995 Chevrolet rear speakers. Remove the speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the speakers.
they are 5.25
I used a pair of snips and cut the plastic screws from inside the trunk then pulled up from the inside and slipped the speakers out but, I don't think the covers come off.the speaker covers on a 95 sc2 are not removable. you have to remove the entire rear deck cover i just popped mine off with a screwdriver.it worked just fine.
Size for a rear speaker in a 95 Nissan maxima
6.5' will fit in the front doors
remove the four bolts at the front and the rear
* Remove the rear seatback * Remove one of the rear quarter trim panels * Release the four plastic push-in retainers that secure the rear parcel shelf disengage the rear seat belts from the slots in the parcel shelf and remove the parcel shelf * To disengage either rear speaker push down on the tab on the front of the speaker spacer lift the speaker and pull the speaker forward.Unplug the electrical connector and remove the speaker from the car
remove front door panel 1995 Nissan maxima
ECU is directly behind , left front speaker.
I think you have to remove the driver's side front tire and the battery is up in front of that. Believe it or not!
to get to the speaker you gotta remove the whole door panel. theres a bunch of scews along thr bottom and the side i think then you just gotta pull off the door panel. be careful cuz the door lever gets caught up an theres plastic clips on the back of the panel so try not to break them. once you get the door panel off the speaker is right there in front of you
5 1/4s front and back 4x6 front dash
The stereo wiring color code for a 1991 to 1995 Toyota Tercel is as follows: the right front speaker (+) is green. The left front speaker wire (+) is pink. The 12v+ ignition wire is gray and the 12v+ battery wire is blue with a yellow stripe. The right front speaker wire (-) is blue, and the left front speaker (-) is purple. The ground wire is black. The right rear speaker wire (+) is red, the left rear speaker (+) is black, the right rear speaker (-) is white, and the left rear speaker (-) is yellow.
you need a flathead screw driver to pop open plastic covers and you need a philups screw driver to remove the speakers ! once speakers out pull wires from speaker wire new speaker put back the same way you took off
Speaker size for front and back are 5 X 7 / 6 X 8, both are the same.
In a 1995 Ford F-250, the radio battery constant 12v+ wire is green/yellow, the radio accessory switched 12v+ wire is yellow/black, the ground wire is red or black, and the illumination wire is blue/red. For the front speakers, the left front speaker wire (+) is orange/green, the left front speaker wire (-) is black/white, the right front speaker wire (+) is white/green, and the right front speaker wire (-) is black/white. For the rear speakers, the left rear speaker wire (+) is pink/green, the left rear speaker wire (-) is pink/blue, the right rear speaker wire (+) is pink/blue, and the right rear speaker wire (-) is green/orange.
Carefully wedge a flat head screwdriver under the trim around the speaker and pry it off.
To remove the seats from a 1995 Corvette, you will need to remove the front and rear nuts from the seat frame studs. You will?æalso need to remove the lug wrench that is attached to the seat frame studs.
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1995 Chevrolet K 3500. Remove the front brake assembly. Tap on the brake rotor with a hammer or mallet until it becomes loose. Slide the brake rotor off.
driver's side, under the dash. If you remove the left speaker cover and speaker, you should be able to see it and have access to the removal screws