Remove door panels.. Unscrew old speakers..Screw in new speakers..replace door panels...ready 2 GO..
To replace the front speakers in a Toyota Sienna the door panels must first be removed. With the door panels removed the speakers will be easily accessible and the mounting screws can be loosen. Unplug the speakers and remove them. Install the new speakers.
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Remove the door panels and replace the speakers. They sit in baskets and are simple to replace. We have instructions at our enthusiasts forum. www.trailvoy.com
You don't need to remove front door panels, the speaker grills come out.
You will need to remove the inner panels to gain access.
Remove the door panels and unscrew the grills, then unscrew the speakers
Remove the dash pad, then remove the speakers from the dash frame. For the rear speakers, open the trunk and remove the brackets, that hold the speakers in place. not for the back speakers ..you have to remove the lower rear seat then remove the seat belts then the rear seat back then remove the header panels in the back seat then remove the deck cover ..the rear speakers are bolted in from the top down under the rear deck cover....and the front speakers i believe are mounted in the door panels in the front doors ..you have to remove the door panels to remove them .some do have them in the dash also if they are there u do as the person stated before me.
One in each door have to remove door panels for access & 2 0n deck lid in trunk get acces to trunk for these speskers.
If your talking about the door speakers then you will have to remove the door panels to get to the speakers.
First you want to remove your back seat by grasping it firmly and pulling up. Then you want to take off your interior trim panels. Now you will remove your rear deck which will expose your speakers. When I replaced mine I dropped four bolts down into the holes and put my new speakers in through the trunk. This would save you much more time if you ever need to replace them again.
You have to take the back seat out, and then remove the trim panels, you also might have to remove some of the headliner in the back to get the trim off, then you can get to the rear speakers, its one hell of a job
To replace the back speakers in a 2006 Acura TL, remove the SRS housing on both sides and the back panel of the speakers. Remove all wiring attached to the speakers and replace.
1.- remove the doors panels 2.- remove the old factory speakers
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.
First take out the lower rear seat cushion. Then remove the rear seat back. Loosen the clips on the plastic panels that cover the rear pillars. You should then be able to remove the carpeted cover and get to the speakers.
The Generation Vibe Forum has the answer you are looking for (The same question I was looking for too). Here is the website that I found your answer http://forums.genvibe.com/zerothread?id=785. The discussion talks about removing the panels to replace the speakers. Hope this helps.
depending on which you are trying to change i know the rear seat needs to be removed to access the rear speakers. there is no other way to remove the rear dash and or grilles
Remove speaker grill covers on dash to expose tweeters then remove door panels and you will se the rest of speakers
See the answer for the 93 model if you're referring to the rear ones. If you want to replace the front ones, you have to remove the door panels.
Begin by removing the cover from your rear speakers. Remove the rear speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the speaker. The rear speakers will come out.
Remove the side panels closest to the doors and unscrew the top screws on the dash. Once you remove it will be easy to take out the stock speakers and replace them. I replaced mine with a pair of Alpine Type S SPS-600 Speakers, this makes a huge difference. Good luck!
To change the front speakers, you will have to remove the door panels to expose the speakers. Once exposed, unhook them by disconnecting all the wires.
the door speakers you must remove the door panels to get to them. the whole thing pops off but the door handle has one bolt and you have to take of the window crank (if you dont have automatic windows)