look in the trunk next to where the speakers are there are probably some screws holding them on from in there.
Yes, it should be a perfect fit.
1- Pry up the grill by inserting the edge of a panel tool under the corner and prying up. 2- Remove the Phillips screws holding the speaker in place. Remove the speaker and unplug the connector on the back. 3- Plug the new speaker in, place it in the door and screw it into place. Place the grill back onto the speaker opening and press firmly downwards to seat it in place.
If my memory is correct, after you remove the 6x9 oval speaker you will see four studs that are attached to the speaker grill that have a small 1/4 or 5/16 nut holding the grill to the dash.
Remove speaker grill, remove screw holding speaker, screws to the mirror are behind speaker
To remove a magnet in a speaker, first detach the grill in the front of the speaker, second unscrew the speaker after that remove the speaker from the cabinet and cut the speaker cone. Lastly, gently discard the magnet from the speaker cone.
YOU WILL HAVE TO REMOVE THE REAR SEATS. THE SPEAKER GRILLS AND THE PANEL IN THE WINDOW IS ONE PIECE.
Take the whole door panel off. The grill will come with the door panel.
its in front of your radiator. take your cars grill out and you would see it
The PCM is located on the left side of the dash. Remove the speaker grill and then remove the speaker to gain access.
The PCM is located on the left side of the dash. Remove the speaker grill and then remove the speaker to gain access.Read more: Where_is_the_electronic_control_module_on_a_1992_geo_tracker
Most of these are not removable. You remove the speaker from the trunk area, and the grill stays in place. You may be able to remove them from behind after removing the speakers if they are clipped or bolted in place.