There is no way to know without tearing the engine apart.
1.6 miles or 4.7 killometers apart for deeper bass
Answer If I'm not mistaking the dash board speakers on your car are under the dash, close to the windshield. I think you would have to remove the entire dash to be able to get at them so do yourself a favor, put good speakers in when you install them, as taking the dash apart is one heck of a job.
It's a hard one. Coin a not ferromagnetic, thus you cannot "fish" it out. Your best bet is to try locating where the coin is and take apart that part of the vent system.
I have a 92 Toyota Camry that had the same problem. The result for my problem was my sunroof. It was not closing all the way like it was supposed to thus resulting in the water entering through the gaps between the rubber gaskets and causing my floor to get wet. If you have a sunroof, you should check it and take it apart and putting it back on making sure everything is tight and secured.
Forget about it, it came apart because something broke. Buy a replacement assembly from your local auto parts store from Dorman products.
The 1999 Chevrolet Cavalier dashboard is held on with retaining clips. There are 12 retaining clips. Pry up on each retaining clip to remove the dashboard.
The process of removing a 1998 Toyota Camry ignition switch requires taking apart the steering column and lower dash, as well as several of the under-dash relays. The ignition switch is connected to the key cylinder and cabin wire harness. A faulty ignition switch will prevent the car from starting.
For the front speakers, take apart the door, disconnect the speaker wires and unscrew support screws.
How can I take apart the dashboard of a 1995 gmc Yukon
Inside the instrument cluster. To replace them remove the cluster and take it apart.
Why are you trying to take the dash apart? If you are looking for the cabin filter it is accessed under the hood, passenger side, under the plastic, near the windshield.
In order to take the dashboard apart on a 2006 F150 you will have to remove between the six clips that are holding it in place. Open the ashtray and begin to gently pull the dashboard away, remove the clips as it begins to come off. You should not have to pull hard or force it.
A 2002 Grand Prix dashboard is held on by several mounting screws and clips. Find all the screws and remove them. Take the dash and pull it back.
Depending on the year of your Oldsmobile Toronado, the dashboard is held in place by 12 to 15 retaining clips. Remove the retaining clips by prying outward. The dashboard will come off.
Toyota dealers will want $100 to $400 to fix these defective speaker covers there is no recall i checked. Its a $30 part per set. Rip the cover off (it will fall apart in your hand) bore out the holes put some kind of glue on the pegs on the new covers put pegs in holes and they should last until you trade it in./*
camaro* and its under the passenger side dashboard. you have to take the entire dash apart to get to it
i wanna say there are four 4" x 6" speakers , 1 in each door I just measured the front door speakers, they are 8" X 5 3/4" the 8" section is curved, although it was measures across The mounting screws are 4 1/4 apart and 4 3/4 apart.
The Toyota RAV4 received slight changes for the 2009 model year. Apart from that, a new RAV4 is not in sight, yet.
If youre referring to the dashboard cluster, theres two screws in the top of the cowl housing on top, remove the bezel and remove the 4 screws holding in the instrument cluster.
I Have a 1997 Eclipse GS. There are two small speakers on the front dash near the windsheild. These speakers are 4 inches. The ones in the door are 5 1/4 because I actually took it apart and measured the speakers. The ones in the back or side panel are 6 1/2.
do not take dash apart follow brake pedal upward and look for a switch that opens when pedal is depressed that is the sls.
I assume you mean the remote control for the door. You have to use something with an edge[not sharp] to pry the halves apart. Watch out what you pay for a replacement battery. Radio Shack wanted twice as much for the same battery that I found at our local True Value store.
You can take the dash apart and slide them on the bolts, or with the dash still intact remove the nuts securing the speakers to the bolts and slide them off from behind. A little aggravating but absolutely better than taking the whole dash/windshield/rollbar apart.
You will need to unscrew the screws holding your dash in, then you just pull it off and take off the mounting kit, (this SHOULD be screwed in also), then you pull out your CD player and unhook the harness. And that should do it.-Shocker