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Old 02-25-2006, 08:30 PM   #1
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to get to the speakers through the door panel, would u just need a very small socket or some other interesting tool?
and is taking apart the rear deck hard because im transferring my sound sys. ( 4 alpine type * less than a year old + 1 12" Rockford Fosgate P2) into it.
its a pain in the *** because the front apparently has 4x6" speakers and my fronts i have now are 6.5"... any ideas for where i can put the 6.5" so i can keep the same , if not get better sound in this car, because i dont want to degrade in how loud the speaks can be.
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first off, this should be in the audio forum.

yes you can mount 6.5" speakers in the doors. You must remove the door pannel to do any speaker changing.

the rears are 6x9 and the fronts are 5.25
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well ive been told at least for the 93 SE edition that the fronts are 4x6.. or doesnt it matter can u jus mess around a bit and have em fit?
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Ok I was wrong, you are right it is possible the front are 4*6. It is still possible to mount 6.5" but you will have to do some custom work.
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well ive been told at least for the 93 SE edition that the fronts are 4x6.. or doesnt it matter can u jus mess around a bit and have em fit?
SOME of the cars do have this......do you have 2 circles on the lower door panel?????
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im pretty sure theres only one.. id check but its in the shop and im not too familiar cause i jus bought it
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**** i jus noticed.. i was jus lookin at ur car on car domain im pretty sure.. if ur names pat? if this is the same person **** man ur one crazy **** wit that car n u seem like u no what ur doin.. sick car man .. best bonne ive ever seen
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***^ i jus noticed.. i was jus lookin at ur car on car domain im pretty sure.. if ur names pat? if this is the same person ***^ man ur one crazy **** wit that car n u seem like u no what ur doin.. sick car man .. best bonne ive ever seen
yes that is me, and thank you for the compliments...and the car is far from where i want the car to be....
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Please refrain from complementing him too much...he won't be able to get the swelling down.

It is a nice setup he has.

You have the single oval speaker grill with the 4x6 option. It was not a very common option.
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Door panel removal is in Techinfo. Link at the top of the page.
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