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Old 30th August 2007, 05:01 PM   #1
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Hi I have a 1992 mazada mpv minivan that has terribly shot speakers. They have been run for years after their initial failure so I'm just going to replace them all and put in a cd player/radio while I'm at it. It seems simple enough, there are bolts around the glove compartment area where one speaker is and on the opposite side of the car. What gets me is the door speakers. How do I get into that area? I see two screws on the fabric part of the door and that is it. Do you guys know how to get into a door?? Thanks
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Old 30th August 2007, 06:02 PM   #2
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If no one else can help, try the following site. It's not free but the information is only $5.

http://www.carstereoremoval.com/htm/...aMPV00_03P.htm

Or, try to find a mazda forum. I'm sure someone there would know how to remove the door panels.
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What gets me is the door speakers. How do I get into that area? I see two screws on the fabric part of the door and that is it. Do you guys know how to get into a door?? Thanks
Those screws likely must come out. Also look for small plastic buttons or tabs in or around the door pull that can be popped off to reveal other screw heads. Also look along the edge of the door that is hidden when closed by the hinge. Once you have determined that all possible screws have been removed, the panel should be able to be removed. There are probably catches or push connectors holding the panel to the door or the panel is hung to the door by hooks. With catches you simply pop the panel off by starting at a corner and working your way around. With hooks you lift the panel from the bottom. Or it may be a combo of the two. Door panels are a puzzle but they have to come off by service personnel.
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