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Replacing Front Speakers on a Spark

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Hello everyone! 

I just got my spark a couple months ago and I am now trying to do some modifications. I started out with replacing the sound system but I still can't get the front speakers out. I've looked it up online but there isn't much. I might be looking in the wrong places but whatever. So, does anyone know how to replace the front speakers?

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What year is your spark? 

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Looking at his profile its a 2014. The covers on top of the dash pop off. Use a plastic pry tool and they will come off. Then its just screws to take the speakers out. You will have to use a stubby screwdriver because of the slope of the windshield. 

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as recommended above, please let me stress that you use a plastic panel tool, the dash plastic is a very soft compound and can be easily scratch or damaged if you use something metal like a flat screw driver. #ProTip

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i use a thin guitar pick to remove the grilles

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on option I always recommend is instead of making your own adapters like Michael did, you could buy a pair of speaker harnesses so that everything is just plug and play. you also wouldn't have to worry about getting the polarity of the speaker wrong or out of phase from the others.

 

https://www.amazon.com/Metra-72-9301-Connector-Mitsubishi-Vehicles/dp/B0002BEUZS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1490802796&sr=8-1&keywords=Metra+72-9301

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9 minutes ago, 1LoudLS said:

on option I always recommend is, if you don't have crimpers or want to make your own adapters like Michael did, you could buy a pair of speaker harnesses so that everything is just plug and play. you also wouldn't have to worry about getting the polarity of the speaker wrong or out of phase from the others.

 

https://www.amazon.com/Metra-72-9301-Connector-Mitsubishi-Vehicles/dp/B0002BEUZS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1490802796&sr=8-1&keywords=Metra+72-9301

 

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