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Old 07-15-2009, 10:11 AM   #1
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Just need some quick info. My 2002 SSEi has a Monsoon system and the rear deck speakers are cooked. This is a real new bee question, but will other non Monsoon speakers work with the Monsoon system? The wire connectors on Monsoon speakers look pretty specific. When I had my 2000 SSEi with a Bose System I seem to remember some note about the need to be Bose specific with speaker replacement.

Also is there a link handy on the tools/procedure to remove the stock speakers from the rear deck?
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ttt. No words of wisdom?
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Other monsoon speakers should work just fine. Just make sure that they are the same impedance. Sorry for the slow response, I will be checking up on this thread again later tonight and then tomorrow morning. Let me know if I can do anything else to help
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Whatever. I'm just going to take it to the stealer and have them do it.
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Okay! Glad to help : )
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