Hey ive had the same problem for a little while, my entire speaker system wouldn't work unless the passenger side door was open, or i hit it when it was closed, my problem was that the wires were grounding out, just make sure you have neat and clean wire connectons in your doors, and you should be good.
6 1/2 inch speakers
On the side of the dash on the driver's side. It's covered by the driver's side door when the door is closed. Open the driver's door and you'll see a hatch that can be opened with a screwdriver or key tip.
This is fairly easy to do - once you get the door lining pulled away from the door panel. There are plastic catches that will reconnect the panel to the door - you will likely get scratched up by them during the process of removing the speakers, fyi. The biggest pain is keeping the door panel pulled up while you are removing the screws that hold the speakers in place. Best to have a second person helping - but if you don't - figure out someway to do so. The exchange of speakers is typical once you have them unscrewed - splicing the wires to the new. The wiring codes can be found on line pretty easily too. Good luck!
when a door is "closed" it can not be opened by pushing or pulling
A door and a valve can be opened and closed.
; Front speakers : Front Door: 6-3/4" ; ; Rear speakers : Rear Door: 6-3/4"
2 front door speakers 2 tweeters in front doors 2 rear door speakers
6x8 Door Speakers (Front & Rear)
An un-trapped door!
the front door and back door speakers are 6" x 8 " speakers
The front door speakers on a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am Se are 4x6. The rear deck speakers are 6x9.
Front door speakers are 5 1/4".
Front door speakers - 6.5 rear speakers - 6x9