The stock speakers in a 1993 Toyota Corolla measure 4 inches in the front and 6 1/2 inches in the rear. The front speakers are located in the dash, and the rear speakers are located in the rear deck.
there is no auxiliary port on the stock deck of the corolla, if you want to keep everything stock, go purchase a line out converter and attach it to your OEM deck
Disconnect the battery to prevent any electric shorts or shocks. Unscrew the speakers from their mounts and go through the trunk to remove the rear deck speakers. Replace the old speakers with the new speakers and screw them in. Connect the battery again and test your speakers.
you hump them until they start to get dents. then replace them they are discusting now.
3.5 center channel speaker, 5x7/6x8 in the doors, and 5.25 speakers in the rear deck
Access the speakers through the trunk. Under the rear deck you can see the magnet of the speakers. I think they just unscrew out from there.
I am in the process of replacing the factory speakers in my wife's 2002 Liberty. Unfortunately, the deck does not drive the speakers, there are small amps in each of the front door speakers. Therefore, you cannot replace them with aftermarket speakers unless you replace the deck as well. The other option is to replace them, add an amp and rewire the entire system. This is not what I bargained for when I started this project but in the end it will be a lot better system then the factory system.
Yes, they can be replaced. According to Crutchfield.com, the front dash speakers are 4" x 6".
Front speakers are 6.5" and rear speakers are 6.75". You can use 6.5" speakers for the rear deck but you will have a little trouble aligning the four screws on the spacer but it can be done. The front speakers require shallow mount speakers or the use of .75" to 1" spacers depending on the speaker mounting depth.
door speakers are 6.5" and rear deck speakers are 6"x9" door speakers are 6.5" and rear deck speakers are 6"x9"
take off the metal covers unscrew the screws pull it out from the top
look up under the back window through the trunk and you will see them right there.
The speakers in a 2003 Dodge Intrepid measure 6 3/4 inches in the front door. The rear door deck speakers measure 6 3/4 inches and the front dash speakers measure 3 1/2 inches.
the door speakers are 5.25" round, and the rear deck speakers are 6x9".
Buy trim removal tool first if you do not have one. Fold rear seats down. Pop 3 trim clips between carpet and rear deck lid...usually yellow or blue. Remove plastics from behind windows. Lift rear deck lid carpet. Use 9mm socket wrench or stubby Phillips to remove 3 bolts while holding deck lid carpet up. Remove speakers and housings.
6.5" front door speakers and 6x8" rear deck speakers.
Rear deck speakers are 6" or 6 1/2" and the door speakers are 4"
Well, to replace the ones on the back deck, you must remove the seat assembly in the back. To do this, just take out the two bolts on the front bottom of the seat near the floor. Then the front will lift out, and you will be able to access the bolts to take the back off. Once this is done, it is a matter of getting the deck cover off. Subaru speakers are under this cover. It pops out. There are plastic rivets, that are seen through the trunk. Look up near the wireing harness for the spoiler. Be careful not to break it though. I installed Sony Xplod 250w speakers. I cut holes out in the deck cover so the speakers would show through. It is easy once you get the deck cover off. Just unscrew the old ones and put the new ones in. The wires that came with my speakers plugged right into the old ones. Then reverse these steps to replace everything. I have not yet figured out how to replace the front ones.
Rear Deck Speakers Are 6x9" and the front door panel speakers are 5 1/4"
they can, if you modify the rear deck. here's how; carefully remove the rear deck. then cut out an opening where the old speaker was underneath. next put the rear deck back in and put your 6x9 ontop of the rear deck. you should be able to screw your speakers into the rear deck
u have to remove the rear deck lid, speakers r underneath how do you remove the rear deck lid on the 2005 Nissan altima
Answer The front door speakers are 4x6 inch and the rear deck speakers are 6x9 inch in a 2004 Grand Am.