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Jan 14, 3:59pm - #82702 
Back Speakers

Does anyone have an install guide for replacing the back speakers? I got my speakers today and I'm going to be intsalling them this weekend and wanted to get an idea of what I'm going to be doing before I started. Thanks!

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Jan 14, 4:55pm - #82703 
I don't have an install guide but you are basically going to have to remove the back side panels, I believe there are only three screws holdin it in...but I could be wrong, been a while since I removed it. It's also held in with those cheap plastic rivets. The speakers are riveted in if you have a GTS and you will prolly have to drill em out just like the front ones. The back panels are far less complicated to remove than the front. Good luck with the speakers!

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Jan 14, 4:58pm - #82704 
you have to take out the back rest portion of the rear seat too.

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Jan 15, 3:37pm - #82705 
You have to make a (MDF) frame I think. The stock speakers are fitted the same way as in the doors if I remember it correctly.

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Jan 15, 4:26pm - #82706 
That's true, you could also cut out the JBL from the stock harness and use that, of course you will destroy the speakers.

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Jan 15, 4:33pm - #82707 
Alright thanks guys, I'll hopefully be installing them on Saturday, and I'll let you know how it went.

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Jan 17, 11:49am - #82708 
Originally Posted by FloydianSlip6
That's true, you could also cut out the JBL from the stock harness and use that, of course you will destroy the speakers.


Are the stock speakers from JBL? I thought I've heard that before but wasn't sure.
I.m.o the stock speakers are very good. All 4 speakers in my car are powered by amps, 140Wmax per channel. Sounds great and no distortion.

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Jan 17, 1:23pm - #82709 
yes the speakers are JBL and so is the head unit, however the head unit is ugly as sin.

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