On Most GM vehichles, you can easily pry the door panel off with a flathead screwdriver. Remember, though, that the clips that you are prying off are very cheap, and usually break off. So, go to the GM dealership, and get a box of door panel clips before you pry off the panel. (a box of 25 costs about $10.00)
Update... This procedure as mention above IE; "pry it off"on the 2005 GM Full Size Truck like was questioned about will DESTROY the door panel and cost you almost $450.00 to replace. The design on this truck to remove the door panel and ALL Silverados from 1999 up LIFT OFF in a UPWARD motion AFTER several screws and a plug type of fastener is removed Then and ONLY then may you LIFT OFF in a upward motion to remove the panel, do NOT do what the person said to do at the top of this Answer they do NOT know what they area talking about !!!
Another update: I wouldn't say that the first person doesn't know what they are talking about. Most GM vehicles do have clips in which the doors can be pryed off. However, the second person is correct in this particular case. DO NOT PULL the panel off or try to pry the panel off. The panel must be lifted.
On a 2006 Siverado, there are 3 7mm bolts. These bolts are under the lock, behind the door panel handle (not the door opening handle), and on the bottom of the door panel. Once these are off, remove the mirror cover and the cover behind the door opening handle. These cover can both be pryed off. Next, LIFT and PULL the door panel off. Finally, disconnect all wires and you're' good to go.
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For a 2000 Chevy Silverado Ext Cab 4 dr 4x4 Z71 Front 6.5/6.75 inch speaker remove door panel and then install new speaker reattach panel. Rear 4x6 inch speaker remove rear door panel and install new speaker reattach panel.
Remove door panel, remove 4 screws, remove speaker, put new speaker in, replace screws, replace door panel. Done.
Yes, the Speaker is in the door.
Remove the door trim panelRemove the speaker mounting screwsPull out the speaker,disconnect the electrical connector from the speaker and remove the speakerInstallation is reverse of removal
rear door-remove the door panel. back speaker carefully pry off grille cover and replace speaker
# Remove the door trim panel # Remove the mounting screws withdraw the speaker unplug the electrical connector and remove the speaker
Replace the cabin filter. remove panel under dash on pass side.
Front speakers are in the door. remove screws on the door panel, then remove the panel and you'll see the speaker
You have to remove the door panel, after that you will be able to replace the speaker.
You need to remove the Interior door panel. From there you can gain access to the speaker and replace it as needed.
take door panel off should be screwed to door remove screws take speaker out unhook wires
Removing a 1991 Chevrolet Silverado door panel is pretty simple. All you will need to do is to remove the screws holding the door panel in place.
Yes, the door panel needs to come off to replace the speaker.
Open The Door, Remove The Door Panel, Remove Speaker, Wire The New Speaker, Fix The Speaker To The Door, Refix Door Panel, Switch On
the whole door panel has to be removed, (pop the plastic behind the handle and remove the screw, pop the lock lever and remove the screw, and pop the window control handles off and pull up on the door panel) then on the back of the door panel there is a bunch of tabs bent down to hold the grill on, unbend them and the speaker grill will ease its way out.
Door Speakers: * Remove the door trim panel * Remove the speaker mounting screws * Pull out the speaker and disconnect the electrical connector from the speaker and remove the speaker Door Subwoofers: * Remove the subwoofer grille trim panel * Remove the door trim panel * Remove the 8 mounting screws from the front side of the subwoofer * Remove the single subwoofer retaining screw from the backside of the subwoofer enclosure * Pull out the subwoofer,disconnect the electrical connector and remove the subwoofer Quarter Panel Speakers: * Remove the quarter panel trim * Remove the 4 speaker mounting screws * Pull out the speaker,disconnect the electrical connector and remove the speaker Parcel Shelf Speakers: * Working from inside the trunk area,disconnect the speaker electrical connector * Remove the parcel shelf * Remove the speaker mounting screws and remove the speaker
You do not need to remove the door panel to change your speakers. Remove the speaker cover, by prying outward on the speaker cover retaining clips. Remove the speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the speaker.
this probably isn't very helpful, but 1.remove the rear seat 2.there will be black clips that hold on the plastic panel (speaker is located behind the panel) remove the clips then the panel 3.unscrew the speaker and clip the wires this probably isn't very helpful, but 1.remove the rear seat 2.there will be black clips that hold on the plastic panel (speaker is located behind the panel) remove the clips then the panel 3.unscrew the speaker and clip the wires
remove the screw under the door handle on the inside, and the screw under the panel(front only) and gently lift straight up and there you go! the only thing really holding the panel on is little arms that slide down into a hole all over the backside of the panel. so putting the panel back on isn't a job either.
remove the screws usually behind the door handle, also remove the cover tabs on the door grab on the panel and then remove the speaker grill and remove the three or four screws around the speaker not the ones holding the speaker in place.
Remove the rear door panel.
YOU WILL HAVE TO REMOVE THE REAR SEATS. THE SPEAKER GRILLS AND THE PANEL IN THE WINDOW IS ONE PIECE.
Remove the door panel. remove the speaker by removing the screws. If replacing the speaker won't fix it check the door wiring for continuity as they break from years of opening and closing the door. Cheers
You will have to remove all trim that surrounds the speaker enclosure. Then remove the panel that houses the speaker. The speaker is removed from the rear side of this panel.