If the 1992 Grand Am is anything like my '93 Grand Prix coupe, then to remove the rear speakers, first use a flat screwdriver or putty knife and slip it under the edges of the speaker grills, gently pry them loose. They should come right off without any trouble. You can now remove 3 of the 4 screws on each speaker.
To get the remaining screw out of each speaker, you must remove the back seat starting with the seat bottom. Remove the 2 bolts under the front edge and the seat bottom will come right out. Then you will see 2 bolts at the bottom of the seat back, remove those. The seat back is now hanging from the trunk wall, simply lift up and the seat back should be free. Now look just under the front lip of the rear dash and you should see a couple small metric hex head screws. Remove those and the front of the rear deck should lift a few inches. Be careful, the plastic panels on either side of the back window will greatly restrict the movement of the rear deck, but there should be just enough room to get in there and remove the last screws. You could remove those panels first, but they are a serious pain to remove without breaking them, not to mention putting them back in.
When you put in your new speakers, I don't recommend putting that last screw back in each speaker. Leave them out and you won't ever have to pull the back seat out again to change the speakers. Hope this helped.
Steve in Gilbertsville, KY
with a screw driver it would help not hard to do use the brain
Yes, a 1992 Pontiac Grand Am does have a timing belt. Diagrams can be found of them on the internet with a simple search.Ê
From the trunk.
In order to remove the speakers, you must remove the "Dash Pad". It's held in place with clips and a couple screws. Start by pushing up in the center of the dash pad. Then remove the screws.
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you have to remove the whole door panel in order to gain access to the factory speakers in which should be 4x6.
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There was more than one size used on the 1992 Pontiac Grand Am depending on which model it was GT, etc. It should be listed on the drivers door post. If not click the link I will post.
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First thing to do is when ur in the driver seat, u should see two screws that's around the speedometer gauge of the dash! Remove the screws, then u need to remove the glove compartment! Then u'll need a flashlight for this! use the flashlight to look for a 9/32 screw that's screwed into the dash, remove that screw, then CAREFULLY, pull up from the drivers side on the dash all the way to the passenger side to remove it! Then u have access to the speakers! Good Luck!
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To answer this i will need to know whatsize engine you have.
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You have to remove the entire dash panel that the speaker grills are located on. Just pry the entire cover off from either the drivers side or passenger side. Shouldn't take too much work. I have the same car and replaced my speakers also. The speaker grills do not come off of the dash cover.
Yes It would if its 2.3L engine size. Also, fits Oldsmobile Achieva of same year. Thanks