3rd & 4th Generation (1992–1996 & 1997–2001)Toyota Camry Discussion for years: 1992-1996 & 1997-2001
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you need to remove the bench seat (just pull up in the front)
the you will see the bolts hat hold the bottom of the outer seat belts in remove those
then the seat piece behind them should pop out
then you have to fold down the back seats.
the remove the screws holding in the top deck.
the try prying the deck off and find the clips that go through to the trunk and pop those out.
from there you should be able to easily see the speaker it a quick job when you get going but i recommend going on ebay and getting speaker adapters to make installing the nw speaker easier
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^ and leaving it that way!
You sound like you've done this job a few times before.
I didn't know it would be necessary to remove the seat bottom cushion to change a rear deck speaker! I'm glad I asked. Toyota could have made this job much easier if the speaker grills could simply be removed from the rear deck.
I found the clips holding the top deck. Where are the screws that hold in the top deck? Are there any links to diagrams or pictures for this task?
well you have a gen 4 the gen 4 doesnt have screws hold the rear deck down. So after you remove the rear seats and both side parts of the rear seat. you should remove the two plastic trims that are next to the rear window. remove the third brake light and the rear deck just comes off after pulling here and there
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