You need to remove the rear seat to access the speakers and remove the covers.
from shop manual: remove luggage cover and holder assembly remove speaker cover retainer nut and and screws securing the cover in place over the speaker assembly loosen and remove the speaker retainer screws securing the speaker in place, lift the speaker out enough to access the wire harness at the rear of the assembly disconnect the speaker harness remove the speaker installation is the reverse of removal
To replace a Pontiac Grand Am bumper cover, start by taking out either the three bolts on the side of the fender or in front of the wheels. Remove the top pushpins to remove the cover. Push back the two pins for each headlight, and pull them up. Unplug the lights. Then, get the replacement bumper, and snap it into place like the previous one.
If it is anything like the '96 Grand Am, it is located under a cover between the engine and firewall. The cover has 3 bolts in it. Remove the bolts and the cover and you will find the O2 sensor (front - the other is just after the catalytic converter.) You will need a 7/8" wrench to remove the part.
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