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Door Panel and Speaker removal instructions


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The attached 3 PDF files will show you how to remove your front door panel and change your speakers.

 

Door_panel_removal.pdf

 

Door_speaker_removal.pdf

 

Subwolfer_removal_in_door.pdf

Door_panel_removal.pdf

Door_speaker_removal.pdf

Subwolfer_removal_in_door.pdf

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These door panels are pretty easy to remove, especially with these diagrams. There are no clips, so they can be removed without damage. I just swapped my door speakers, changed out my silver door pulls with chrome Taurus pulls, and install chrome Silver Horse Racing window switch bezels.

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Have fun with thos rearmost rear deck screws a whole lotta fun

so what has people replaced their door speakers with brand wise???

I actually replaced my door subs with JL Audio 5x7's. The reason for this is because of the odd sizing of the OEM speakers/subs.

The door subs and rear speakers both measure 5 1/2"x8". I couldn't find a direct size replacement anywhere, so I went with the only common size that would fit - 5"x7".

However, my system is now seriously lacking in bass, now that I've replaced them with component speakers.

 

Ken

 

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The attached 3 PDF files will show you how to remove your front door panel and change your speakers.

 

Door_panel_removal.pdf

 

Door_speaker_removal.pdf

 

Subwolfer_removal_in_door.pdf

 

 

Thanks Rob....That is perfect! I know it is pretty easy, just didn't want to miss a step and then break something thinking is should be ready to come free.

 

Should go smoothly from here.

 

I almost thought to leave it in there just in case 40 or 50 years from now when then next person owns it and is restoring it like I did with my 1966 convertible, that he would see the name of the original owner. Only problem is I don't know where this plastic card came to rest and I'd hate to have it sitting on something that could cause a problem down the road.

 

Thanks again!

Andy.

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