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Old 12-09-1999, 01:56 AM
Daniel Pawlata
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I have 1988 300 CE and I would like to change the factory speakers located in the desh board, but I have no idea how to take them out of there. Where do I start? One time I called Crutchfild and they told me that these speaker are European 4" metric and they do not carry any metric. What kind of speakers and where can I get them?
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Old 12-09-1999, 03:32 AM
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They are right on the size of the speakers. Surprised they dont have any though. They are quite easy to take out. Get a small flat blade screwdriver. Find the little plastic strip that runs along the side of the speaker grille against the dashboard (about 1/2 wide). Use the screwdriver to pop this off (careful or you'll mark the grille or the dash.) Once youve done this, you'll see 2 screws, remove them. Then the whole grille comes off. To get the speakers out depends on what they put in there to begin with. On my CE I had to poke around the edge of the speaker until i found a metal tab that holds it in place. Perhaps someone else can elaborate here as I dont think my dash speakers were factory. ;-)

Once you have them out you can decide this bit. You can either get direct replacements.. I think MB Quart and Polk do direct replacements, *but* if your prepared to do a little cutting/woodwork you can fit any 4" or even 5" driver you like. You really have to have a coaxial in that position to give you the treble unless you want to put a seperate tweeter under the grill (There is room....*JUST*)

Have fun!

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Old 12-09-1999, 02:53 PM
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Just to be clear, the small piece of trim to be removed goes straight up to be released. Try getting a stiff piece of plastic under it and pry up

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