To remove the interior side door panel:
1. remove the retainer screw from the door handle cover and remove.
2. remove the screw from the bottom left corner of the door panel.
3. pull the door panel away from the door, starting at the bottom. Lift up and off the door.
Once the panel is off, it is easy to replace bad speakers or inspect / repair door lock linkage.
Thanks to the above instructions, I was able to replace the sliding door lock actuator in 2 hours, most of that time involved in figuring out how to get the old actuator free from its mounting bracket and J-hook throw-rod. To replace the old actuator:
4. Disconnect the power plug at the bottom of the actuator
5. Remove the speaker for a little more room to work inside the door
6. Using a long straight-edge screwdriver, pry/pop the actuator out of the brass clip that holds the actuator on both sides
7. Once free of that holder, manipulate the actuator behind all the lock linkages until it is hanging by the J-hook
8. Wrestle the J-hook free from the linkage arm.
9. If you bought a replacement actuator from Ford, it comes with a brass mounting clip; pry the new actuator out as you likely won't need it.
10. Repeat each step in reverse order.
11. You just saved $200 in labor.
You need to remove the Interior door panel. From there you can gain access to the speaker and replace it as needed.
they are electrical connections for the stereo speaker and door lock.AnswerSee "Related Questions" for in-depth discussion on rear lift-gate sensors
Should be same as 2001 setup where you have to remove interior door skin to acess speakers, and the 2001 had 4"x6" ovals in doors.
If the short is in the speaker itself just replace the speaker.
That is no problem.
rear door-remove the door panel. back speaker carefully pry off grille cover and replace speaker
yes and no
Yes, the door panel needs to come off to replace the speaker.
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The Speaker would replace the President if there were no vice-president.
The front and mid speakers are both 6x8. Hope that helps. Good luck.
You will get lower output and the amplifier will still work fine.
first of all you should remove the plastic cover and take care when you open the plastic cover as all fittings are push type. second you will see the speaker open screws and take out the old speaker and replace the new one but the replacement should be same size.
in what vehicle?
Remove door panel, remove 4 screws, remove speaker, put new speaker in, replace screws, replace door panel. Done.
There is no fuse for the speakers, only the radio.
you can replace it unless you want to put the GBC together again. the original game boy's speaker is about 1.5x larger than the GBC's, it wont fit in the case.
Yes, the Speaker is in the door.
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.
The speaker could be buzzing for a couple of reasons. If the signal from the radio is causing the buzz then you may have to replace the radio. If the speaker cone is the cause of the noise, then the speaker will need to be replaced.
A: It safely can however the system efficiency will be reduced
I had to replace the ones in my 1997 Sebring. Using a tool such as a flat head screwdriver detach the plastic cover that is over the door speaker. Remove the screws that are holding the speaker to the door. Pull the speaker out enough to detach the plastic clip that connects the wiring to the speaker. Installing the door speaker is the reverse of removing the speakers.
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
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