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How many rear speakers are in a 95 Avalon?

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May 13, 2005 1:18AM

there are two component speaker systems in the rear of the avalon. (1 in each door) the component system is a woofer and a tweeter. they have a cut out in the rear dash which will hold a 8 inch subwoofer.

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if they're the same as in the 1996 Avalon, then they're probably 4-inch door-mounted speakers. You can check Crutchfield.com for sizes and brands that will fit.

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Around 26 highway but city is around 21.

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Remove the cartpet moldings by the second row seats. You will have to remove the covers off the seat belt holders behind the seats, remove the rear roof console above the back window. The entire section is snapped into place where the speakers are. Start by putting your hand behind the panel near the second row seating and working your way to the rear of the vehicle. Kind of a pain but was easy as well. The whole panel will come off. Repeat for other side. Unless modifications are done you will only get 6" round speakers in rear. 6x9 speakers will not work unless modified.

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Yes, you need to remove the caliper first, then use the old brake pad and a C clamp to push down the piston of the caliper.

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the speakers in the thunderbird are standard paper cone speakers. They are not 3-way though the stock amp in my 95 had plenty enough to drive 4 4-way speakers that i put in it.

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