You want to replace your speakers in your Cadillac and want to know how to remove Cadillac rear speakers. Whether your speakers have blown or you just want to upgrade them, you can save money by removing the Cadillac rear speakers yourself. Even though a Cadillac is considered a luxury vehicle, it is not as difficult as one may think to remove the rear speakers. When a speaker blows it can sound very distorted and sound almost unbearable, or it may not give out any sound at all. Removing Cadillac rear speakers can be done in a short amount of time by following a few basic steps.
To remove Cadillac rear speakers you need:
- a screwdriver
- Locate the black boxes in the trunk. Open the trunk of your Cadillac and search for two black boxes. These black boxes can usually be found in the trunk somewhere underneath the edge of the rear window.
- Remove the speaker covers. The black boxes are the speaker covers that protect the speakers. Locate the black plastic screws that hold the speaker cover and place and use a screwdriver to remove them from the cover. This will give you access to get to the actual Cadillac rear speaker.
- Remove the electrical wires. Once you remove the speaker cover there will be a black outer cover over the Cadillac rear speakers. Pull this black cover down and you will be able to see the electrical connectors. Carefully remove the electrical wires that run to the back of the speakers.
- Remove the Cadillac rear speakers. First, remove the retaining screws holding the speakers in their place. Next, pull the speakers up and out of the trunk of the Cadillac.
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