With me, when I buy a new truck, i'll take my sound system with me and reinstall it into the newer truck. Now firmly but gently pull up and out on the door cover. One of mine did, but the other. If its going to be really cold they recommend 5W-30 to improve oiling on extremely cold morning start-ups. Those tubes came with a hefty price tag though.
That will depend on which Tranny you have there were 2 see links below. The entire door paner lifts upward and outwards, but use care to keep the panel close to the door until the courtesy light, door lock, window, and mirror buttons are disconnected from their switches. The speaker can then be disconnected from its electrical connection. Now, the worst could be over. I checked ahead with Focal and they said no problem, just be a bit careful with the gains. . Hooking up a couple subs just seemed easier to me.
On the mounting, if you don't want to mess with it yourself, check out these guys. You can get components or normal. If you get a good quality set up front, they will be more than enough sound stage for the entire cab. They even make some nice angled ones. I had Polk speakers in my other truck which I swapped out with Memphis audio speakers with directional tweeters.
Dan answered 7 years ago you have to remove the entire door panel but not to worry its really easy the entire panel just snaps on and depending on the type of speakers you are going to replace the old ones with you might have to drill mounting holes for the new speaker since the old one is encased in its own mounting clip system which cannot be removed and transfered to your new speaker or you might have to screw them into the door panel if they are designed to have their own mesh grill and you would need to remove the old grill hoped this helped. I didn't say it would work, but you get the picture, right? The Chevrolet Silverado speakers are replaced by first unscrewing two black hexhead screws, the first located in the door corner of the handle used for closing the door. Now would be a good time to remove the door light on the corner, same screwdriver, pry from the red lens side outward, once out, remove the wire termial. Replace the trim around the door handle. Plus I like a good solid punch with my country music.
Ok now you will need a small socket to take out three screws. There is usually a screw behind the door handle that must come out. I have tried all 4 to a Rockford Fosgate old skool punch 200x4 amp and they are massive! The original factory speakers in your vehicle are made from cheap paper and they simply cannot deliver the sound clarity that anyone who takes their music seriously craves. Like I stated above, thezeb is an authorized dealer, and the product comes with a 3 year manufacturer's warranty. Focals can handle a lot more than their rated power and will really perform when they get it. You Can Re-Use Original Mounting and Wiring Harness: I just replaced the front speakers in my 99 Silverado and I Actually used the existing Speaker Brackets.
All you need are 6. You can usually have the pressing done at a local machine shop. After decades of trial an error with many different brands of audio equipment and amps, I've finally found the sound I want and like. Upgrading the factory speakers in your vehicle has never been easier thanks to our Harmony Audio upgrade speaker packages that include direct?? I won't argue that fact with you. If you have rear door speakers, they are 4 x 6 inch speakers.
For re-assembly try holding this document in the mirror. This can be done with a plain screwdriver and just a little prying and it will snap off. For the driver side door there is an extra screw located behind the window and door lock controls. One is inside the button panel you just took off, the second is inside corner of the door arm, the handle you grab to shut the door, look under it,, see it yet, yeah that's it. I just replaced mine this past weekend. Next remove the same screws that you did for the passenger side door and the side mirror cover. Just push in and lift up and out on the controls and the should pop out.
If you are concerned about having a base kicker box taking up space in rear bench seat or rear seat if you have crew cab, then go with enclosures that are designed to be outfitted to your style truck. Reassemble by connecting the speaker switch and replacing the speaker and bracket. It's pretty easy; just remove the screws from the armrest, use an angled tool like a needle nose pliers to remove the retaining ring immediately below the window crank, then the crank if there's no power windows. They also used some inferior speaker wires and power cables along with the free install. Start at the bottom and use a flat, thin prybar with a notch in one end to center the bar on the retaining pin, and gently pop it out of the socket.