You want to get better speakers in your Toyota and need to know how to remove rear speakers from a 2001 Toyota Camry. Having a good sound system in your car is important to a lot of people, especially if you love music. With regular wear and tear and years of use, car speakers can blow and have a bad sound to them. You can have a brand new sound by replacing your old rear speakers from your 2001 Toyota Camry. Removing rear speakers does not take much work and can be done in a short amount of time.
To remove speakers from a 2001 Toyota Camry, you need:
- Phillips screwdriver
- Hex bolt driver
- Remove the screws from the rear door's panel. Pull back the rear door's rubber gaskets from the rear pillars. The rubber gaskets don't have to be completely removed, just pulled far enough away from the pillar trim so that they hang loose.
- Pull out the plastic rear pillar trim panels from your 2001 Toyota Camry. Start at the top corners as you pull the trim and work your way down. Be sure to release the retaining clips by pulling firmly away from the car door.
- Remove the panel out of the car. Release the deck panel retaining clips by lifting up the front edge of the deck and apply a good amount of pressure. Then, release the seat belts out of the slots and unplug the brake light harness. You should now be able to pull the panel forward and out of your 2001 Toyota Camry.
- Remove the rear speakers from the car. Take out all of the bolts holding the speakers in place by turning them to the left with a hex bolt driver. Once the bolts are removed pull each speaker up and away from its opening, and then unplug the wiring from the back of the speakers. You can now remove the speakers completely from your 2001 Toyota Camry.
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