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rockyahfosgate
08-20-2006, 03:23 PM
I have a 2004 Grand Prix with 6x9's in the rear deck what I am trying to do is install alpines all around and what people are telling me is that im going to have to remove the back seat to take the speakers out... Is this true? And if this IS true then could someone tell me in a lil bit detail what bolts and clips to take out and where, to shorten the process... Thanks

ItalynStylion
08-20-2006, 04:28 PM
I have an IS300 and to get to my 6x9's i have to take the back seat out too so its not too uncomon.

As for your Pontiac i dont know, maybe join a pontiac forum

Shyne151
08-20-2006, 05:29 PM
Yes you have to take the rear seat out. Umm i'd check out clubgp.com..

PepsiFiend69
08-20-2006, 05:31 PM
i think like every car is like that... takes me like an hour to get my seat out :crap:


on alot of cars, its 2 or 3 bolts at the bottom of the rear cushon, usually near where the seatbelt hooks in, then a latch that you pull up then out on.

ItalynStylion
08-21-2006, 05:15 PM
My prelude wasnt like that. My grills popped off and i could just take out the 6x9's in like 5 min...

Safe-N-Sound215
08-21-2006, 05:23 PM
I have a 2004 Grand Prix with 6x9's in the rear deck what I am trying to do is install alpines all around and what people are telling me is that im going to have to remove the back seat to take the speakers out... Is this true? And if this IS true then could someone tell me in a lil bit detail what bolts and clips to take out and where, to shorten the process... Thanks


Yup, your going to have to. I have a regal(pretty much the same car). And what you have to do is take out the bottom of the seat first, there should be a black ring on either side at the bottom of the seat to release it. If not give it a pull it will pop up. then you'll have to remove four nuts. The two big ones in the middle will have the seat belt latches on them, and then there will be a little one on either side. Then what you should do is pop the two panels off of the back pillars to make it a lot easier to remove the back deck cover(they will just pop off). then you pop out the clips holding the back deck cover on. All you have to do after that is swap the speakers and put everything back in;)

john#21
08-21-2006, 10:52 PM
^^ that covers it exactly. I would deaden the metal around the speakers while you have it all torn out. I got a few rattles when I added subs so I had to take it all apart again to get rid of them. 2000 grand prix for reference.