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2016 Toyota corolla S
QUESTION 1
is the rear speaker size?

also what kit do i need to connect them to an aftermarket speaker? since they use pin connectors

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QUESTION 2
& anyone know how to remove the driver and passenger side black plastic pillar?

see pic of what im talking about ( part 2 in drawing )

https://toyotapartsestore.com/2016-toyota-corolla-s-gas_1.8_4-transaxle_automatic_cvt_n_r-body_hardware-exterior_trim-8429430/

QUESTION 3

I want to upgrade the horn anyone know any good ones that just connect to the stock wire?
 

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2016 Toyota corolla S
QUESTION 1
is the rear speaker size?

also what kit do i need to connect them to an aftermarket speaker? since they use pin connectors

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QUESTION 2
& anyone know how to remove the driver and passenger side black plastic pillar?

see pic of what im talking about ( part 2 in drawing )

https://toyotapartsestore.com/2016-toyota-corolla-s-gas_1.8_4-transaxle_automatic_cvt_n_r-body_hardware-exterior_trim-8429430/

QUESTION 3

I want to upgrade the horn anyone know any good ones that just connect to the stock wire?
Q1: Check here for speakers, they also sell or come with harness adapters - CRUTCHFIELD 6x9 speakers
I got these - Pioneer TS-A692F , but if you should feel like matching your speakers up with a future receiver brand, that's up to you.

You'll also need:
1. Speaker Gasketing Tape

2. Toyota 2012-2016 Camry & 2014-2016 Corolla 6x9" Rear Deck Speaker Adapter Spacer Rings - SAK054_69-1 Pair
3. Longer speaker bolts. Start your project in the morning. By the time you're done removing your old speakers, Home Depot, OSH or some hardware store will be open and you can take your sample bolt there and look for replacements. You'll need 8 with washers, try not to pick oversize washers, and match the headbolt sizes of the original. Pick a size that's an extra third to half inch longer so you don't strip your bolt holes.

Make sure to put gasket tape on both sides of the speaker adapter rings.

Q2: No Clue.


Q3: Look around, there's someone here who's done it, but the thread got buried.
 

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2016 Toyota corolla S
QUESTION 1
is the rear speaker size?

also what kit do i need to connect them to an aftermarket speaker? since they use pin connectors

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QUESTION 2
& anyone know how to remove the driver and passenger side black plastic pillar?

see pic of what im talking about ( part 2 in drawing )

https://toyotapartsestore.com/2016-toyota-corolla-s-gas_1.8_4-transaxle_automatic_cvt_n_r-body_hardware-exterior_trim-8429430/

QUESTION 3

I want to upgrade the horn anyone know any good ones that just connect to the stock wire?
  1. Go to https://www.crutchfield.com/S-G8SGD5plH7v/ and build it and either buy it or buy the parts you need off-site
  2. You just do it
  3. Horns seem to be universal
 

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2016 Toyota corolla S
QUESTION 1
is the rear speaker size?

also what kit do i need to connect them to an aftermarket speaker? since they use pin connectors

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QUESTION 2
& anyone know how to remove the driver and passenger side black plastic pillar?

see pic of what im talking about ( part 2 in drawing )

https://toyotapartsestore.com/2016-toyota-corolla-s-gas_1.8_4-transaxle_automatic_cvt_n_r-body_hardware-exterior_trim-8429430/

QUESTION 3

I want to upgrade the horn anyone know any good ones that just connect to the stock wire?
ANSWER 1: The rear speaker size does not correlate to most offerings available. I installed 6x9 speakers. I used these connectors, so I didn't cut any factory wiring: https://tacotunes.com/shop/toyota-corolla-audio-products/plug-and-play-wire-harnesses-toyota-corolla-audio-products/toyota-corolla-aftermarket-speaker-harness-adapter/. I also used these adapters: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B016YS6WL2/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1.

ANSWER 2: Watch this:
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ANSWER 3: I bought this: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01EG18SJS/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1. Two horns instead of one. There is another threaded hole, opposite of the existing horn. Note quite the "plug and play" you want, but it is worth it. You'd need another bolt; and the smallest bit of wiring.
 

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1. They are 6x9. I replaced mine with OEM JBL speakers that I got from the junkyard. It's plug and play and sound way better than the stock.

2. Use a plastic pry tools to prevent it from scratches. You can do it yourself.

3. I replaced the disc horn on our 2014 RAV4, 2011 and 2015 Corolla with this:

https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=08522-b1010&_sacat=0

They are plug and play. Wire and hardware included. It's very loud and this is how they sound:

 
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