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Removing Rear Speakers
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Removing Rear Speakers

By Birddog

Posted on Friday, April 30, 2004 - 08:29 pm:
1. First remove the front and rear seat (you have to remove the front to get to the rear seat bolts). The front seat has two nuts on each side of the front part of the seat (on the bottom of the seat). The rear seat has two bolts located at the front part of the seat.

2. Then remove the center panel between the rear speakers.

3. Disconnect the left and right speaker cables and the rear passenger headset cable connection.

4. On the inside of the trunk you'll have to remove the web storage pouch. It's held in place with 8 of those plastic push pins; just get a flat screwdriver and pry them loose.

5. That will give you access to the bolts that secure the speaker housings to the rear trunk. Remove the bolts and take the speaker housing over to your workbench to take them apart.

6. The armrest padding that's on the speaker housings is held on with very sticky double-sided tape. You'll have to pull the paddings off to get to the screws that hold the two sides of the each speaker housing together in order to get to the speakers themselves. (If you're careful, you can reuse the sticky tape, but probably only once.) There are two screws on the top (under the arm padding) and one screw on the bottom of the housing that you'll have to remove to separate the housing. There are actually 3 screws on the top of the housing but you'll only have to remove 2 of them to separate the housings.

7. Once you get the housing separate, you see the 4 nuts that hold each speaker in the housings. Just remove them and you've got it.

Just reverse the steps to reassemble.

Bobby Lane "Birddog"
1999 Yamaha Venture "Cloud Nine"


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