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 1992 Cadillac Seville Rear Speaker Replacement

Hey guys... I'm trying to replace the rear speakers in my '92 Cadi Seville. Problem is I don't know how to get the carpet cover off to get to the speakers to swap them out! I'd really like to hear my new infinity 6x9 speakers before the end of the year lol. Jason

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I'm not real familiar with caddy's, but have you tried to get at the speakers from the trunk? In a lot of cars the rear deck speakers need to be dropped from inside the trunk. Just a thought.

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I figured it out :) There are two nuts that hold the seat into place... i removed those then went to the back seat and pulled out the seat. Then there were 3 plastic tabs that needed to be removed so i removed them and then the liner to the back window... the speakers came out fairly easily after prying them up... and the new ones went in without a hitch.

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