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Car Modification > Projects > 1994 Subaru Legacy > Rear Speakers

Rear Speaker Installation:

Tools Used:
  • Medium size long neck Philips (+) screw driver
  • Medium size short neck Philips (+) screw driver
  • 12mm ratchet
  • Short nose pliers
Products Used:
Using the 12mm ratchet, remove the bolt holding down the front of the seat. Below is a pricture of the bracket holding the seat down. Remove the bottom half of the seat.
Using the 12mm ratchet, remove the bolts holding down the back of the seat. Below is a pricture of another one of the brackets holding the seat down.
Remove the back of the seat by lifting upwards. Below are pictures of the upper hinge holding the top of the seat in place on each side.
   
You can now see the mess in the trunk!
Next you must remove all the clips holding down the rear deck using the short nose pliers.

The joys of working in winter!

Pull outwards the rear deck.
The stock speaker once again is secured using three equidistant screws. Use the short neck Philips screw driver to remove them. If you're not willing to screw into the frame, a bracket is required.

Reverse all the above steps and you're done. For your safety, make sure the seat is properly bolted down.



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