How to replace a broken rear-speaker cover?


Asked by Jun 20, 2013 at 12:41 PM about the 2005 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I want to get Toyota expert DavidH25 to answer this my answer would be to take a knife to the intersection of the trim ring and start pryin' but no doubt there is a more elegant solution...I'll send him a PM and see if he can answer this with any authority~

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Thank you for a quick response judge_roy. I'll check this out, however I still have time to also wait for DavidH25 reply to your PM. So could you please forward it to me via email when you get it?

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he's got this link, he's a very respectable gentleman and is usually right, you know have been leaning on him for too long---will start diggin' as well~

...aaah, utube:

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What do you mean usually?? I am always right. Hey, just kidding, I posted a couple bone head answers yesterday. Anyway, to replace: Open the rear doors and get into the backseat. Face the rear deck where the speakers are mounted and locate the plastic cover on the side of each speaker cover. Pull up on the cover to remove it from the frame. The cover will be connected to the frame by a thin plastic tab and will fold out when you pull up on the cover. Remove the screws from the frame using the Phillips head screwdriver. Lift up on the edges of the speaker covers and pull the covers off of the frame. There are several for about $30

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