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Old 03-02-2010, 05:58 PM
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Damn, rear speakers not easy to install

I forced out the grey plastic covers in my lariate and broke all the mounting pieces in the read doors. Who the hell designed the rear speaker covers. I apparently had to remove all the door covers to replace the speakers.... Well crap, not my plastic pieces are al broken and ive had to use super glue to get them to stay in place
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This is how this post should have gone:

"Oh learned members of the great all knowing forum, I wish to swap out my rear speakers in my Lariat. Whilst thou advise me how to proceed?"

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Don't try to remove the grey plastic covers like the front ones...they whole door trim needs to be removed to access the rear speakers.

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Thanks man! Glad I asked before forcing the grey covers off!

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Glad you got them back on with super glue...you're not the first, and not the last. No clue on earth why ford didn't make the rear like the front
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