6.5" However, you will need speaker adapters for a standard 6.5 to fit into the custom speaker holder in the door. I just bought a set for about $10. They fit perfect. Also, you may want to get a set or two of wiring harnesses. These will connect to the existing speaker connectors in the car and then a perfect fit to your new speakers. Then you will not have to cut, splice or soldier any wires. I got 2 sets for about $15. Hope this helps.
the speakers in the dash are 4x6s, the speakers in the doors are 6.75in. and the back speakers are 6x9's
The front speakers in a 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe are 6 1/2 inches. These are located in the front doors. The rear speakers are located in the rear doors and also measure 6 1/2 inches.
4 regular speakers and 2 tweeters up front. All in the doors.
4x6" speakers in the dash. 6 1/2" round speakers in the doors and 3x10" or 3x12" in rear panels if ext cab
6 1/2 on all four doors
6.5" up front in the doors and 5.25" in the rear doors. if yours has the speakers in the rear pillars by the hatch, those are 3".
1995-2000 Dodge Stratus and Plymouth Breeze.
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.
rear ones will fit 51/4" doors should be 6x9
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If you are talking about an S-10 pick up the dash speakers are going to be 4x6 and the doors will be 6.5". If it is a S-10 Blazer the same sizes apply for the dash and front doors and the back doors on a 4 door model will also be 6.5" while the back speakers on a 2 door model will be 6x9.
The speakers in a 2000 Mercedes Benz C230 sedan are 6 1/2 inches in the front doors. The rear deck speakers are 5 and 1/4 inches.
i just recently put new door speakers in a 2000 Chevy blazer. They are 6 and 1/2 in all four doors.
Which engine is it? Which trans is it? Is this your trans or my trans? What were exact symptoms?? DNO.
Doors 6 3/4 Rear pillars 4x6
The front speakers are 6.5" (round) and the back (in the extended cab doors) are the 4"x6" size.
The front speakers (door)are 6-1/2" round and the rear shelf speakers are 6"x8" rectangular. Pioneer make "exact match" speakers for this car, nice speakers and very reasonably priced. Rob. firstname.lastname@example.org
The correct size for the rear's are 6X9's, and 4X6's for the front doors. The correct size for the rear's are 6X9's, and 4X6's for the front doors.
Crutchfield.com states that you can use up to 6"x8" in front doors and the same for rear deck.
yes, they are the exact same car. the only difference are the names dodge and plymouth, which are both owned by chrysler. LMAO, WAS THIS A SERIOUS QUESTION? Depending on your VIN number, they are NOT the exact same. I, for one, have a 2000 PLYMOUTH, and the CLUTCH is VERY different than a dodge. you have to order SPECIFIC parts designated to that very VIN, for example, a hazard relay, has to be OEM, or it's gonna blow your crap. YES, it will fit.
I've just purchased a 2000 Grand Prix. The previous owner had a system in the trunk which in turn busted the speaker in the doors and rear speakers. I would like to put some regular speakers from one of the local dept. stores but don't know what size to get. Can someone help me out please.
More than likely 10W30. Your owner's manual will list the exact weight required. * I drive a 2000 Plymouth Breeze with a 2.4L engine. The owners manual recommends 5W30 weigt oil.
2 6.5" subs in the doors 2 4x6" in the dash
please find me a picture of the speakers in a 2000 Silverado