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Old 03-19-2012, 02:03 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default DIY Aftermarket Speaker Replacement

So I bought 6 new speakers to replace my stocks...2 Kicker DS65 for the front doors, 2 Kicker KS65 for the rear doors and 2 DS693 6by9's...I already replaced my 6x9s not too long ago and shouldn't have any issues replacing them again but I was thinking about replacing the 4 door speakers myself...does anyone have a good instruction on how to take of the door panels without braking those plastic clip in screw looking things (sorry I don't know what to call them) and being able to put the panel back in place afterwards...I took one panel off before and know of the hidden screws and stuff behind the lil plastic part on the handle it's just that once the door panel was off I couldn't get it back on n had to take it to Nissan to fix it, I try to avoid it this time...anybody know of any videos on how to maybe? Thanks guys!

Oh and also...any of you guys had issues with the third brake light vibrating against the rear window and making this horrible rattling sound?
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Taking off the door panels is very easy. Heres a video on how to do it. Its not the best video but it should help you out.

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Default Re: DIY Aftermarket Speaker Replacement

The third brake happens for most. I will be removing it completely once I get the block plate from the 07-08. I plan on doing the same. I don't know of a how to video fro removing the door. I can try to make one here in the near future.
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Even with mine off it still made the noise .
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Taking off the door panels is very easy. Heres a video on how to do it. Its not the best video but it should help you out.

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The third brake happens for most. I will be removing it completely once I get the block plate from the 07-08. I plan on doing the same. I don't know of a how to video fro removing the door. I can try to make one here in the near future.
hmm...it seems to be the whole rear deck sometimes...i realized that my left 6x9 wasn't screwed in tight enough at one point which led to the horrible rattling but it's a pain in the butt to tighten those bolts good enough since they are in such a weird angle n it's hard to get a wrench or ratchet in there
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You do all your own work eh? Cool
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This thing works wonders for jobs like that.

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You do all your own work eh? Cool
I try to...saves me money, helps me learn about my car and gives me much needed time I need to myself sometimes plus once I'm done with a project I can tab myself on the shoulder n might be able to help out others sooner or later
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I also like the ratchets with the rotating ratchet handle in case u don't have enough room to work with
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I can have my door panels off in under 5 minutes. I've had them off multiple times and I've never broken a clip, or had any trouble getting them back on...
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I can have my door panels off in under 5 minutes. I've had them off multiple times and I've never broken a clip, or had any trouble getting them back on...
maybe i tried to do the wrong thing...ima do it again once the rain stops
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Once you get those kickers installed let me know how they sound that's the speaker setup I want to do. And how much did you pay for them all
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I can have my door panels off in under 5 minutes. I've had them off multiple times and I've never broken a clip, or had any trouble getting them back on...
Im right with you on that one, as an installer thats all i do day in and day out gimme 45 min ill have a max stripped down to nothing lol
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Im right with you on that one, as an installer thats all i do day in and day out gimme 45 min ill have a max stripped down to nothing lol
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Soooo....I just replaced all my speakers...drilled new holes instead of buying adapters...well the end result so far is...it sounds HORRIBLE!!!!!!!! LMAO....man what a headache...I guess ima take it into the audio shop next week n let them look over it cuz they sound super static...ugh!


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Soooo....I just replaced all my speakers...drilled new holes instead of buying adapters...well the end result so far is...it sounds HORRIBLE!!!!!!!! LMAO....man what a headache...I guess ima take it into the audio shop next week n let them look over it cuz they sound super static...ugh!


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Soooo....I just replaced all my speakers...drilled new holes instead of buying adapters...well the end result so far is...it sounds HORRIBLE!!!!!!!! LMAO....man what a headache...I guess ima take it into the audio shop next week n let them look over it cuz they sound super static...ugh!


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If they play like crap, you probably have the polarity reversed...
That's what I thought too...having different color wires on all four doors I switched n matched it back and forth a trillion times until I just said eff it because either way it didn't make a difference...as I said, Ima see what the audio shop says and if they can't fix it either then I give up on those Kickers ...maybe I just expect too much out of my speakers
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I also looked up wiring schematics of other members on here with an '04 model...but my wires didn't match any of them but I figured that every wire that had sum kind of white on it (either solid or a blue with a white stripe) had to be positive...one was weird cuz I had two blues, one with a white stripe, one with a yellow, then on the opposite door I had a green and a blue one...ugh!
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Once you get those kickers installed let me know how they sound that's the speaker setup I want to do. And how much did you pay for them all
I already posted about the sound of the speakers but that needs to be fixed still (if possible)...when it comes to the price...they were a gift...the person who bought them for me got them off of sonicelectronix.com...try that site
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How are you feeding the speakers?
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stock...you think they might be under powered and I should hook an amp up to them because I thought about doing that regardless
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You have to have an amp for them. That is definitely your problem. Bose run at 1 OHM if I recall someone saying. no way it can handle those.
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