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1.- remove the doors panels 2.- remove the old factory speakers
the rear speakers are located in the back doors. you have to remove the door panels to get at them.
4x6" speakers in the dash. 6 1/2" round speakers in the doors and 3x10" or 3x12" in rear panels if ext cab
yu gotta program it
I'm pretty sure the door speakers are 6.5". If they are not that then they are definitely 5.25".
Some safety features that are offered in a Toyota Celica are safety locks on the doors, airbags, daytime running lights, dynamic head restraint, child seat lower anchorage and an energy management feature.
4 regular speakers and 2 tweeters up front. All in the doors.
I recommend 4" Alpine Type-S speakers. Others will hit the window when rolled down.
For the front speakers your gonna have to take the door panels off to get to all the wiring and everything and for the back ones you should just be able to take the plastic cover off and replace them
They are 6x8 in the doors.
In the doors and back seat panels 5X7 and of course the tweeters are seperate, I think like 2 inch.
Contact your local auto stereo shop and inquire as to which size speakers you need for your doors. Take off panels and remove old speakers. Install new speakers, do a sound check, reattach door panel
5.25" in the doors.
I have a 2001 Toyota Corlla Sport and all four of the speakers are 6 1/2" (two in the front doors and two in the rear deck) I have a 2001 Toyota Corlla Sport and all four of the speakers are 6 1/2" (two in the front doors and two in the rear deck) Try to use Toyota speaker adapter plugs so you don't need to cut wires and mess the electric system up. You can get them from Ebay or Amazon.
The standard door speakers in the UK model 1993-1999 Toyota Celica (Gen 6) ST, SR, GT and GT-Four are 6.5" (16.5cm) co-axial speakers inside an eight inch space. After years of use, moisture and the doors being slammed the speakers may be ready for an new set or upgrade. The speakers are held in by spacers. These can be removed to allow fitting of 8" (20cm) speakers if you are up to the job. The entire inner door card/trim will need to be removed - using a Philips screwdriver and undoing various clips (gently). If in doubt have a qualified audio installer or Toyota dealer fit new speakers. 6.5" (16.5cm) speakers are readily available at audio retailers, 8" (20cm) less common but available. Standard speakers are paper cones so when buying new speakers ensure you get the more modern rubber cones with 2-way or 3-way co-axial speakers. Note: The rear speakers are the same size but access usually requires removal of entire rear seat and interior trim unless you can reach down the sides but you risk damaging the interior.
Remove the dash pad, then remove the speakers from the dash frame. For the rear speakers, open the trunk and remove the brackets, that hold the speakers in place. not for the back speakers ..you have to remove the lower rear seat then remove the seat belts then the rear seat back then remove the header panels in the back seat then remove the deck cover ..the rear speakers are bolted in from the top down under the rear deck cover....and the front speakers i believe are mounted in the door panels in the front doors ..you have to remove the door panels to remove them .some do have them in the dash also if they are there u do as the person stated before me.
The 1990 Celica door will be a direct bolt on to a 1992 Celica GT. Even the Coupe model doors were the same.
5-1/4 in the Doors, 6-1/2 in the kick panels, 6x9 in the rear deck.
Both speaker sizes are the same for the 1996 2-Door and 4-Door Ford Explorers. The system has 4 speakers: -Front Doors: 6X8" -Rear Side Panels (2DR)/Rear Doors (4DR): 6X8" Hope this helps! Thanks!
i just recently put new door speakers in a 2000 Chevy blazer. They are 6 and 1/2 in all four doors.
unbolt the door panel for rear, or loosen clips on front doors. then pop off and there ya go
The kick panels are the plastic interior trim panels in front of the drivers and passenger doors by your feet The kick panels are the plastic interior trim panels in front of the drivers and passenger doors by your feet
The speakers in the doors of a 1991 Ford Ranger are 6-inch speakers.
16.5cm in the front doors