I have 95 so I assume its simmular. I had to push the windshield forward and then undo all the bolts holdin the dash on. You have just enough room to get the socket on the back of the speakers. It was a real pain in the back, but Holy-Crap does it sound better. Hope this helps.
Front speakers are in the door. remove screws on the door panel, then remove the panel and you'll see the speaker
Front (in dash) speakers are 4"
The 1992 Toyota Camry front dashboard speakers measure 4.5 inches in diameter. The front door speakers measure three inches by five inches.
Start by dropping the gas tank.
The front speakers in a 1992 Toyota Celica are located in the front door and measure 6 1/2 inches. The dash speakers measure 4 inches. The rear side panel speakers and the rear deck speakers measure 6 3/4 inches.
See the answer for the 93 model if you're referring to the rear ones. If you want to replace the front ones, you have to remove the door panels.
free diagram step by step at www.jeep4x4center.com
6.5" front and rear
Look on the drivers side front of the engine compartment
5-1/4 front, 5x7 rear
All four are 6 inch.
6.5. All four of them
Front speakers are 4"x6" Rear speakers are 6-3/4" This is according to Crutchfield.com
Yes, it was the exact same engine used in the wrangler in 1992, although if you didn't already have the 4.0 you will need an adapter to the transmission, or replace that too with an ax15.
A computer from a 1992 Wrangler with the same engine is what is compatible.
4 by 6 in. 2 tweeters on the front
Front - 4x6 Rear - 4x10 Hope this helps! Nick Quisenberry
With a wrench.
My 1992 had 6" Factory Round speakers in the front doors and 6 X 8 Factory speakers in the back. My 1998 has Factory 6X 8 speakers in the back (extended cab) and haven't checked the front ones yet. my 1994 has 6"x8" as well in the front and rear.
They didn't make a 1996 Wrangler...
Six speakers in a 92-96 Diamante.Two on the dash,two in the front doors,two on the rear deck. Ern
Remove the front door panels. (The door panel procedure has already been answered on here many, many times, please search for it). Four Philips screws hold the speaker in, remove them, unplug the wires.