How do I replace rear speakers in my 1983 Riviera convertible

Asked by Oct 03, 2013 at 08:52 PM about the Buick Riviera

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

3 Answers

7,905

Try looking online at "www.Chiltons.com" and look up your auto to see if they have a listing for "speaker replacement".

1,355

I suppose the speakers you speak about are located on the panel near the rear windshield...open your auto's trunk and look up top near the back seat and there you will locate the speakers. There are some attachments in which to remove the speakers. Then I suggest taking those speakers to an audio business and get replacements that's compatible to your. SEMPER FI Good Luck>>>>

1,355

In addition to my previous post..you may search www.sonicelectronix.com for such items.

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