For rear, use a standard Phillips screwdriver 1 DO NOT RIP OFF THE SPEAKER GRILL simply pop it out, just use a little muscle and the top half should come right off. 2 It is very easy from then on, Un screw the four screws, take the speaker out(it will be magnetized to the upper trunk so use some force) 3 Unhook the wire clips.
For the front speakers you need to take off the dash pad and the rear speakers you need to take off the rear speaker panels.
take out the cover, be careful its cardboard, use something flat like a screwdriver.
the rear seat back will probably have to come out and then you have to take the rear package tray out to get to the bolts holding the speakers in.
open your trunk and you will see the speakers take the screw out and pull your speakers out
all you do is pull on the cover and it comes right out and when you put cover back on it snaps right back in
Remove the mesh grille from the speakers, they just pop out. The screws holding the speakers in will then be exposed. Remove these screws and take speakers out.
Front & Rear Doors take only 6x8 speakers
In trunk the felt below the speakers is removable by a couple of friction buttons. Take them out and then unscrew the speakers and disconnect the wires.
First take out the lower rear seat cushion. Then remove the rear seat back. Loosen the clips on the plastic panels that cover the rear pillars. You should then be able to remove the carpeted cover and get to the speakers.
take the old ones out and put the new ones in. :)
rear 6"X9" and the front is 6.5"
First you take out the old speakers if you have them.Then you put the speakers in the back because in the front there are too many wires.You plug it in and you are good to go.
Rear speakers: simply unscrew the 4 screws that hold on the cover then you have access to the speakers. Front speakers: you will have to take the interior door panel off this should give you access to the front doors.
its behind the rear speakers in the hatch back u have to take out the speakers and there it is not hard to do
5 1/4" in the front doors6x9" in the rear
u gotta take cover off and the backseats to get to them
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You have to take the back seat out, and then remove the trim panels, you also might have to remove some of the headliner in the back to get the trim off, then you can get to the rear speakers, its one hell of a job
You will have to take it to the agent to enable the rear CH.
Pull the back seats down then take the cover off. Just pull it up and then unscrew the speakers.
to take out the rear speakers in a 1995 Chevy Beretta you need to remove the plastic molding on the inside of the passenger compartment in the backseat area of the car, and pull the backseat forward to get to that rear deck by the window. you will also need to remove the rear brake light in the window. when installing new speakers it is a good idea to cut the fabric so that you can get to the speakers much more easily if you need to remove them again.
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If you have a Cherokee from 1984-1996 with speakers that would have gone in the tailgate, then if you take off the interior tailgate panel (be careful not to break any clips!) and the wiring should be behind it. Just install your new speakers and replace the interior tailgate panel. If you have a Cherokee from 1997-2001 with speakers that would have gone in the ceiling, then take down the headliner temporarily and wiring will be in the roof. It's probably easiest to get a soundbar off of eBay or at your local junkyard and install the bracket and soundbar in the factory location, then connect the wires to the speakers in the soundbar. There is always rear speaker wire going from the radio in the front to speakers in the rear.
take off the metal covers unscrew the screws pull it out from the top