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How do you replace the front speakers on a 1991 Ford Ranger?

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2011-09-12 20:56:40
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i have a 1997, i don't think it's much different. take the 2 or 3 Phillips head screws out of the door panel, you should be able to pop the external plastic off the window crank, i believe it's a t10 or t15 torx. pull the door panel off, and you'll see the stock speaker. take the 4 bolts out of it. depending on the speaker you may have to splice the wires and solder them onto the new speaker's terminals. test it, make sure it works, and put it all back together. good luck and be safe.

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