I tried this myself and gave up. You can't just drop the speakers since they are mounted from the top. You can't remove the speaker grills because they are mounted to the rear deck carpet (at least that is how it looked).
I didn't want to start removing the whole back end. If there is an easier way please let us know.
you do in fact have to take out the whole back end.. its a royal pain, and took me a while to do and more then likely you will have to use shallow mount speakers because of the bars that go to the trunk lid
Haha! im in the process of doing it right now actually, and i ran into a problem with my speakers being to big and they hit the bars he was talkin about before but what i did was rip the original speaker off its frame and glued my new speaker into it and they mount quite nicely now! But im trying to get the deck back on....
Begin by removing the speaker covers in your 2006 Toyota. Remove the speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the speaker.
Remove the rear speaker cover from your 1999 Mercury Cougar speaker. Remove the rear speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the speaker. Reverse the process to install the new speaker.
REAR SPEAKER - JR41 Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. Fold down the rear seat backs. Remove C-pillar trim. Remove lower quarter trim behind rear seat backs. Remove fasteners from rear shelf trim. Pull out trim to access speaker. Remove speaker screws. Disconnect wire harness connector. Remove speaker (REAR SPEAKER-JR41). REAR SPEAKER - JR27 Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. Using a trim stick, pry the speaker grill from the trim panel. Remove speaker mounting screws (REAR SPEAKER - JR27). Remove speaker from trim panel. Disconnect wire harness connector from speaker.
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Remove speaker grill, remove screw holding speaker, screws to the mirror are behind speaker
on what car???
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You have to remove the rear seats to be able to remove the rear side panels. Then you have to disconnect the wires to the speaker, unscrew the speaker, then reinstall the new one.
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You have to remove the rear seat and rear side pannels first, then you can pull off the rear deck.
Chevy Tahoe remove front and rear speaker
YOU WILL HAVE TO REMOVE THE REAR SEATS. THE SPEAKER GRILLS AND THE PANEL IN THE WINDOW IS ONE PIECE.
You need to remove the rear seat to access the speakers and remove the covers.
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From what kind of car?
from the trunk
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