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Old 02-19-2004, 12:37 AM   #1
JonofScio
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How do I get to my speakers in the first place?

do I have to take off the whole door paneling in order to replace the fronts? also, for the rear deck speakers, how do I get to them from the top, if I have to pry out the top deck cover first?

any easy tips?

('95 Legacy L four door sedan)

Also, aren't all four speakers 6.5"s?
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Old 02-19-2004, 05:26 PM   #2
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Two screws, then the panel will pop off. Pop the bottom part off then it kind of lifts upwards, there's a lip part that hooks onto the top of the door near the windows. I found it easier to take off the plastic triangle by the side mirrors first and have the windows rolled down. It took me about an hour to do both fronts but it should take less than 30 if you have everything together. I put in Infinity Reference 652i so I had to dremel some of the plastic spacer to make them fit.
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Old 02-20-2004, 07:47 AM   #3
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the front doors are probably just like you said, and the rear deck speakers are accessible when you take off the bottom cushion seat (two 12mm bolts) and then the back of the seats (three 12mm bolts) on the back you need to lift up to slide it out of the aligning parts.

Then there is the top layer backing part to the deck you need to lift up. There are two bolts (10mm) that hold your rear brake light on the deck. Disconnect it and take it out of the way. Then the top layer that covers the speakers is gone and you can unscrew them and remove them.
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