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RE: Front Speakers Replacement
A friend of mine related to me a story of horror - His fronts were
glued in place. I had a much happier time on my 4KCSQ : Two screws, and push
Take out the glove box and the drivers side crap tray, pop out the
vents, undo the screws, and gently push up. The speakers are molded into the
plastic housing, so you'll need to carefully cut the sections that hold it
into place. I swapped out the speakers with the ones from another 4K for the
short run, but plan on doing surgery later. I assume they are 3 1/2", but
please let me know what they turn out to be when you are done.
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1987 Audi 4000CS quattro
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From: mike mcclurg [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, October 20, 1999 2:36 PM
Subject: Front Speakers Replacement
Has anyone replaced the speakers in the dash on an '85
I am replacing all the speakers and have completed the
replacement of the rear speakers. These were not easy,
had to remove the entire back seat and then the darn
things were glued together with the grill and had to
be broken into small pieces in order to remove them.
Based on that experience, I am wondering how much or
how little of a dash disassembly I will have to do to
remove the front speakers without messing up the
finish of the dash.
Any help or secrets are appreciated.
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