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does any one know the proper way to remove the rear desck to change out the speakers ive heard its not the easisest but i also heard changing the grill was hard and it took 10 mins to put in aftermarket!
 

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1. Remove the rear seat side bolsters by using a 10mm ratchet on the bolt holding it to the trunk behind the seats then give them a tug to release them. Put aside.

2. Remove the 3 screws from the lower C pillar trim. Put aside.

3. Pop out the "SRS Airbag" badge with a small screwdriver carefully and remove the screw underneath.

4. The Upper C Pillar trim is held in via 3 or 4 trim clips to the sheet metal. The trim clips are strong. Take a look in there with a flash light and you will spot them. I wedge my hand in there near the clips and pop them out one by one. Be careful not to scuff your headliner like I did.

The rear deck is held in with 2 plastic trim pushpins. It will slide out with the seatbelts still fed through. Use a ratchet with a phillips bit to remove the speakers so that you don't scratch your tint (like I did and cursed) or worse, break the rear window.

Once you've done it, its easy as cake to put back together. I recommend doing all sound deadening and carpeting/weatherstripping just in case you plan on adding a subwoofer later on. I also used Silicon around the LED circuit board in the third brakelight because it is not mounted solidly.

Good luck.
 

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thanks
will be doing it soon
 
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