Originally Posted by LibertyOrDeath
Great info here about the panel removal, thanks, usually that is a nasty job but on this, easy. So I get mine out and discover there's a pre-amp bolted to the speaker and the speaker is very special OEM with a plate built in to support this pre-amp. But the speakers is 'normal' so I bought some replacements at Best Buy for $80.00 (nice ones), and if you see what I did to strap that pre-amp to the speaker, you'd all laugh your ***** off.. but it works. (some lamp cord, foam padding, and of course, duct tape). Solid as a rock, sounds great and now that I've done one, the other will take about 30 minutes total.
I do recommend you solder the wire patching you'll do from the preamp to the speaker. I'll post some pics maybe of the parts and how I did it if of interest.
why not just drill a hole in the door and bolt the pre-amp to that?
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