As you can see on the picture there are 3 screews you have to unscrew.
The first one
the second one
the third one
when you do that pull the part with the window control, unplug the cable.
next thing you have to do is to unbutton the door cover. you will do that if you gently jpick the edge with a screwdrive like on the picture. you'll hear a sound klick. do that on all sides of the cover. take the cover off. woula unscrew the stock speakers and install the new ones.[attachmentid=2292]
**** for the rear ones
Thak a screew drive and just open the hatch like on the picture[attachmentid=2293][attachmentid=2294]
Thanks for your reference, I got good idea about how to remove my mirage as well.
But I don't know how to take off my manual winder, I am stuck in that.
Besides, how to plug my new speaker to the rear speaker?
I found the wire is different shape, should I solder it?
And how can I fix my speaker on the wall, I found the hole of screw between original and my new speaker is so different.
After more website browsing, I found the way to take off my window handle.
Actually, in the manual which can download from first few topic, they induce quite clear information.
I just use a towel as they said to take the clip off.
Now I have another question, according to some information I found, the front speaker of Mirage (colt?) is 5.5".
But it's quite difficult to find a 5.5" speaker on the market.
I wonder if the most popular size 6" can fit in or I have to use the 4"?
I am worry I can not fit it on after I buy them.
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