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How do you repair the rear 6x9 speakers in a 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP?

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2015-07-15 20:52:48
2015-07-15 20:52:48

You will first need to unhook the backseat seat by pulling on two black ring tabs on either side of the seat, near where the seat meets the floor. Next you will notice there should be two seat bolts and two that hold the seat belts, unbolt all four of these. Next remove seat back but pulling away from bolt anchors and wiggling seat up and down till it comes loose, if you look in the trunk you will see a couple black metal anchors that slide down to fasten backseat top to car these are what you need to remove from slot to release backseat. Next once you remove the seat you will see two black anchors holding the back deck lid in place pull those out with tool or pliers and slide deck lid cover out and down. Now you will see the speakers and the four screws for each speaker undo the screws and replace with new 6x9 speakers. I used SONY Xplod speakers fit great and work great. Do process in reverse to replace all parts. Took me about 1 hour total. Good luck.

this is all great help it's ridiculous how hard they have made it to put 6X9 in this car but i would not put Sony speakers in if i were you JVC,pioneer,kenwood,Jbl,almost anything but Sony there car audio line sucks. If you want any detail let me know.

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