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The two front speakers both have Red and Blue wires...
Red is positive-
Blue is negative-
Well, I started at about 4:30pm and finished at about
9:00pm. Took a few breaks but not for very long. A
little longer than expected since this is my first
time breaking in to the car.
As I promised- step by step instructions with pics...
Door from the beginning, lift up on the cover to the
left nearest to the door. Lift up, very easy to take
Next, remove switch panel.
1 screw, pulls out easy.
Use a flathead to remove the wires from panel.
Remove the 2 screws after taking off the switch panel.
Next remove the cover underneath the door handle, very
easy, but use something thin like a butterknife to get
it started... Then remove the screw located behind the
handle, careful!- Don't lose it!
Remove door panel by carefully pulling out all around
edges to free tabs...
Then lift up on panel to free it from the door. Lay
down to the side, remember to be very careful not to
scratch, very easy to scratch this material on the
Notice the window that would hit speakers with large
I needed to use a spacer to separate to avoid the
window hitting my speaker when rolled down.
Spacer can be purchase at a stereo shop, need to be 1"
for the 6.5" speaker. I made my own easily as you can
see, my shop didn't have any in stock and I couldn't
I just used some rubber plumbing that was a perfect
fit to my speakers. The cost of spacers from a stereo
shop would be 8-10.00, not very much, if I were you I
would take the time to find some.
These are the screws/ washers and clip to hold
speakers in place.
Sizewise, the were 3 inches and 2 inches long, to
avoid hitting the window on the closest side. Splice
wires together, red positive and blue negative for
This is the speaker installed!!! Good to go, now put
everything back the way you found it.
Notice if you don't have a spacer that is narrow
enough, the speaker cover will come off... ooops.
Good to know though, you can now see how crappy these
Track speakers are- I've seen better at Walmart for
$10.00!!! Made by Clarion, sound like ass, $35,000 and
this is what we get???
Go figure, sounds much better!
Now for the passenger door, a few differences, so pay
Remove the brushed alum decor, but be careful pull out
from the top with butterknife, it will pop out at the
Remove the two screws located deep inside this handle.
Remove blank panel and switch panel, and the two
screws that are located under the switch panel...
Remove cover under door handle, and the screw deep
Lift off door panel the same way as you did the
drivers side- getting the hang of things?
Pics of the passenger speaker installed and another of
the screws used...
Put the panel back on, be careful with the one bolt
that goes behind the door handle, a pain to get back
in there, keeps wanting to fall inside the door...
Voila- finished with the front!!!