You don't need to cut the wires at all, I just got mine installed in 5 minutes with the adapter speaker plug, you can get them from Amazon or eBay for 16 bucks. You save a lot of time and you don't mess up the wire system of your car with the black tape and stuff.
To replace the back speakers in a 2006 Acura TL, remove the SRS housing on both sides and the back panel of the speakers. Remove all wiring attached to the speakers and replace.
You will need to remove the covers from your 1996 Integra rear speakers. Remove the speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the speakers.
you will have to take all the panels out to back and pull up the cardboard and there are the speakers
I had a very hard time with my back speakers. I had to remove the back seats so I could remove the parcel shelf and speakers. Then I did the same thing in reverse with my new speakers lol. I am NOT looking forward to doing the front speakers/tweeters. Haha Khloe :)
To replace the rear speakers, you have to go in the trunk, look towards upper back section of the trunk and you will see the speakers. The speakers have two black hand-screws that can be unscrewed without tools. It is as simple as this.
the rear speakers are located in the back doors. you have to remove the door panels to get at them.
Drive to acura dealer. Leava keys Come back in two hours
The rear speakers on the Toyota Camry require the screws to be removed. The speakers are then disconnected and taken out. The new units can now be installed.
Back seat has to come out and the rear package tray too and then you can get to the bolts that hold the speakers in.
Remove the covers from your 2003 Chevrolet Avalanche speakers. Remove the speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the speakers. Reverse the process to install the new speakers.
The back are 6.5, so are the front door pannel speakers as well, although the round mount will not fit all speakers. but it is somewhat east to modify.
The back package tray will have to come out to get to the bolts that hold them in.
There are two bolts at the bottom of the back seat by the floor.......then you remove seat and take out the two bolts for the upper back seat and then you remove the back dash to get to the speakers! hope this helps
its behind the rear speakers in the hatch back u have to take out the speakers and there it is not hard to do
Both the front and rear are 4" door speakers, although it is not unheard of to fit 5.25" speakers in the front, and 6" in the back. Hope this helps!
If yoor 1996 Integra has the1.8L engine, the thermostat is located at the back of the motor at the end of the bottom radiator hose.
is it a convertible? if so the onlt thing that you do is lift the flap in the corners ( with the top up of course) and there you will find the speakers. Simply undo the screws and unhook the connection. Then you put the new speakers back in the holes, attach the wires and put the screws back in.
Remove the covers to your 1997 radio speakers. Remove the radio speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the radio speakers. Reverse the process to install your new radio speakers.
buy new ones and put them in
I have a 1997 Dodge Neon and the Door speakers are 6 1/2 inches and the back speakers are 6x9 inches... i had to replace the door speakers because they were junk...(so i do know from experience) i replaced the 6 1/2" speakers with lightning audio speakers from walmart! they work great :) http://www.crutchfield.com/cgi-bin/autoinfo/autoinfo.asp?sl=Y&vb=Y&lp=%2fm_399%2fCar-Speakers.html%3ftp%3d12
Unless the vehicle is fairly old and the speakers just blew, the only real reason for both back speakers goin out at the same time is the radio itself is messed up. Use your fader and fade all the sound to the back, if you hear nothing at all, replace the radio. If you hear some cracking and just general bad noise, replace the speakers.
Remove the speaker covers. Remove the speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the speakers. Reverse the process to install the new speakers.
I have a '95 and I just went in the trunk and used pliers to twist the screws upwards and took the speakers out that way. I used #10 screws, lock-washers and nuts to secure the new speakers.
Remove the covers to your 2000 Chevy Malibu rear speakers. Remove the speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the speakers. Reverse the process to install your new rear speakers.
You will need to take off the panels covering the speakers, then you will unscrew the speaker and take it out, after that you will need to unplug the adapter from the back of the speaker and cut off the adapter at the end of the speaker wires, then just attach your little plugs to the end and plug it into the back of your new speakers. Screw everything back in and put your panels back up.-Shocker