How To Put Speakers In ’95 Blazer

Learning how to put speakers in a '95 Blazer is so easy a toddler can do it. You do not need to know anything about installing speakers, all you need to know is how to disconnect the battery. If you don't know how to disconnect a car battery, just remove the cables from the battery and you are done. Before you get started on putting speakers in your '95 Chevy Blazer you are going to need some materials.

In order to put speakers in a '95 Blazer, you will need:

  • Screw driver

  • Flathead screw driver

  • Speakers

  • wire cutter

  1. The first step to putting speakers in your '95 Chevy Blazer is to disconnect the battery. Instructions on how to disconnect a car battery are in the introductory paragraph of the article.

  2. The second step to putting speakers in your '95 Chevy Blazer is to remove the cover from your speakers by using a flathead screwdriver. Take the screwdriver and pry the cover off. Use your screwdriver to unscrew the speakers. Carefully pull the speakers out and cut the wire. If your Chevy Blazer does not have speakers in it at the moment, skip this step and go on to the third and final step.

  3. The third and step to putting speakers in your '95 Chevy Blazer is to connect the wires to your new speakers and screw the speakers in. Snap the covers back on, and you are finished! Congratulations, you now know how to put speakers in your '95 Chevy Blazer!

 

 

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