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How do you remove the rear speakers in 2000 cavalier?

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2011-09-12 20:34:18
2011-09-12 20:34:18

fold down rear seat,pull both upper and lower quarter panel interior trim panels and then the package tray slides right out. speakers are screwed into a plastic tray which comes out by pushing on on the most fwd tab then comes out as an assy. unscrew 4 screws and replace speakers but you must reuse the tray . . my 02 cav. has 4 wires going to each oem speaker. I'm stumped on how to wire in the new speakers. sound weak no matter which wire i tap into. even tried combining 2 and 3 wires onto the positive lead to no avail.

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