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Old 11-13-2004, 02:08 PM
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2000 f 150 door panel removal and speakers.

i have a 2000 f 150 and need to remove the door panel to replace the speakers in the doors. how would i go about doing this? i would also like to know the speaker size.
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The speaker size is 5X7 or 6x8, both will fit. The door panel comes off pretty easy. The top vertical piece just pull off with a firm pull. There is one screw under that. If you have power windows/locks, remove that piece. Use a flat screwdriver with some tape on the tip to prevent scratches. Once you pop off the switches, remove the connectors from underneath. The trim piece around the door handle also pops out, if you look carefull around the edge there is a little slot to pop it out. There are one or two screws there. That's it, now pull the entire panel UP and out, do not pull it straight out or you might break off the tabs that hold it in. Don't pull it completely off yet, disconnect that little light in the side of the panel.

If you have manual windows, the window crank handle comes apart into two pieces. Carefully pry the cover off and it swings out of the way, there is one torx screw in the crank handle.

That's it, take your time and it's easy.
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thank you very much. i have acomplished the task now all i have left is to replace the speakers with new better quality ones.
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are you replacing the head unit too? If you are just upgrading the speakers, don't get some that require alot of power, as the stock head unit is not too powerfull.
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yes the head unit will be replace by the end of december. im getting a pinoeer head unit. the double din sized one i forget the number. the sound system is being set up by myself for db racing!!!
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