Installing Front/Rear Speakers
below provided by "capri4me",
modified by TeamCapri)
Front Speaker Installation:
door will hold 6.5 inch speakers and rear holds the rarer size of 5x7.
may not have to remove your entire door, in fact. If you do you risk
squeaking noises during you driving experience.
Take the few screws out of the map pocket. There should be 3 or 4, and
possibly one on the actual door hinge holding it on. This piece tucks
into the one above it, so once the screws are out, gently pull and it
will pop out. Your speaker cover may fall out too, make sure you don't
Once done this should allow you enough room to remove the stock speaker.
you do not use speaker wire harness be careful when cutting the speaker
wires to leave enough there for your replacements. Instead of connecting
the replacements directly to the wire, you may want to purchase speaker
wire harness, this is recommend because it will be a lot easier
when trying to reconnect your original speaker back up.
Copper wire strand goes to red (positive)
Silver wire strand goes to black (negative)
First you will have to pop the hard boot and put the top up. Do not
secure it, just flip it up on itself so you can expose the storage
Once this is done you will see a speaker on either side, and will be
screwed into place. Remove speaker making sure not to lose any of the
hardware that holds it.
Either connect the speakers up with the give wire that comes with the
aftermarket speakers or use speaker wire harnesses, this option again is
recommended for ease of installation and reconnection of original
speaker if you ever want to revert back.