The front speakers on a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am are 4x6. The rear speakers on a Pontiac Grand Am are 6x9.
The front door speakers on a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am Se are 4x6. The rear deck speakers are 6x9.
the door speakers are 5.25" round, and the rear deck speakers are 6x9".
Answer The front door speakers are 4x6 inch and the rear deck speakers are 6x9 inch in a 2004 Grand Am.
i believe they are 6x9
the front speakers are 4"x6". the rear speakers are 6"x9"
the speakers are 5-1/4" round.
4x6 in front 6x9 in back
You have to go in from the trunk and work upside down.
6x9, but to be sure go to circuitcity.com and check there.
The Grand Prix could have a wiring problem. Check the wires to the back speakers for any loose connections or shorts. If the wiring is on then the stereo probably has an internal problem.
Have a Pontiac dealer's mechanic look it over and tell you.
The rear speakers are 6 X 9's and the front two are 4 X 6
What I was told by circuit city.For a two door Pontiac grand am SE the door speakers are 4*6's and the rear deck speaker are 6*9's What I was told by circuit city.For a two door Pontiac grand am SE the door speakers are 4*6's and the rear deck speaker are 6*9's
The door mounted speakers are 5.25" and the rear deck speakers are 6"x9". The space allowed for the depth or height of the speakers are just a little over 3".
I installed 6x9's and they bolt right in. I installed 6x9's and they bolt right in. I installed 6x9's and they bolt right in. I installed 6x9's and they bolt right in.
The ignition switch in a 2004 Pontiac grand am can be installed by first Sliding out old lock cylinder and then Press the small release tab While turning the key to the ON Position.
There is none; however you can get one installed for no more than $50
www.sonicelectronix.com is my favorite site and knows exactly what will fit.
Pretty Sure they are 5.25" but you can probably look it up at crutchfield.com
Pontiac Grand Am was created in 1973.
The 1999 Pontiac Grand Am speakers can be removed by removing the speaker cover. The speaker cover is held in place with two screws. Remove the speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the speaker.