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Old 04-18-2004, 01:24 PM   #1
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Default Accessing the rear speakers on my 95 SE

I'm in need of some help. I'm trying to replace the rear speakers in my 95 SE but can't figure out how exactly I can access them. It appears as though I may need to remove the vertical portion of the rear seat in order to get to them. Anybody know how to go about this? If I do need to remove the vertical section of the rear seat...how do I do that?

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Dont you just remove the grill and take them out from above?
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According to the Chilton'* book I have, you have to remove the rear seat...but they don't tell you how to go about doing it. The grills appear to be fastened from below as well.
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According to the Chilton'* book I have, you have to remove the rear seat...but they don't tell you how to go about doing it. The grills appear to be fastened from below as well.
What year do you have?
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I don't know where Chilton'* got the info for replacing the speakers but they're out to lunch! I went back out and was able to pry up the grills and replace the speakers as russianpolarbear had suggested. I guess I shouldn't always try to go directly by the book.

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I knew it couldnt be that hard.. thanks for listening not many do..
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