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Re: DIY: Rear Speaker Panel Removal

well i had meant without taking the whole panel off but i guess i cant do it that way might have to just paint it while in the car and just tape a whole lot off and let it air out for like a week lol
 

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Re: DIY: Rear Speaker Panel Removal

ya takes maybe 10-15 mins to get everything out to get the panels completely off.
 

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Re: DIY: Rear Speaker Panel Removal

well i had meant without taking the whole panel off but i guess i cant do it that way might have to just paint it while in the car and just tape a whole lot off and let it air out for like a week lol
Bad idea. Take the panel out. Do it the right way.
 

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Re: DIY: Rear Speaker Panel Removal

Think I just recently blew my right rear speaker ... came out here to determine the process for R&R. I was hoping this would be a quick job.

Good god, was I wrong... didn't realize I'd have to pull half the interior out. Lame.

Thanks for the DIY ... perhaps I'll do this someday. lol
 

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Due to this DIY I decided not to DIM! Thank you for the details it made spending 75 on speaker installation much easier to pay. Top notch work! Thanks.
 

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Meh, just did mine last week and it wasn't that big of a deal. I definitely wouldn't have payed someone else to do it.
 

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Great write-up but I was wondering what you used to fill the large opening in front of the rear speakers. I figured something with a little bit of mass would be better than just a layer or two of sound deadening mats. If you could help me out that would be great!
 

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Great write-up but I was wondering what you used to fill the large opening in front of the rear speakers. I figured something with a little bit of mass would be better than just a layer or two of sound deadening mats. If you could help me out that would be great!
Nothing. Some foam, I guess, if you really want to fill the void... Nothing is needed though. A layer or two of dynamat will be perfectly fine.
 

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Re: DIY: Rear Speaker Panel Removal

Yep, take the Panels off, the speaker grill is held on by 6 screws behind it. Very easy to do.
Answered a question I had, THANKS!! Im going to cover mine with bandannas though, will post pics upon completion.
 

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Please tell me that someone has backup pictures that we can use? I just bought new speakers, waited two weeks to install them, and then photobucket goes and photof***s us. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
 
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