Cadillac Audio, Video and Security Systems Discussion, stereo in Item Specific Cadillac Discussion; i am a newbee, how do you replace factory rear speakers in a 1996 seville...
- 12-29-07 06:28 PM #1Cadillac Owners Member
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i am a newbee, how do you replace factory rear speakers in a 1996 seville
- 12-29-07 11:35 PM #2
bose or no bose?
- 01-10-08 06:42 PM #3
No Bose, I Have A Kenwood System,and A Fosgate Amp,pioneer Woofer, Ready To Install,i Have All The Wiring,....i Think
- 01-10-08 10:24 PM #4
gotta pull the rear seat
push down towards the trunk with the bottom to pop it out
then the top comes out via 2 long studs fed into the trunk with 10 inch nuts remove the trunk carpeting to see it
3 push pins and then the carpet on the deck comes out
your going to have to drill holes to mount the speakers
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