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HeadShoT2009

Door speaker replacement

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Does anyone know how to replace the door speakers in a 2001 3 door 1.6 focus ( black edition if it makes a difference) front and rear and wot would be good replacements and also wot sub would b good and a head unit which will work with Iphone and steering remote

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Please can someone help I would be very gratfull for any advice

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Hi

To replace the speakers in the front, It is just a case of removing the door cards. Then taking the speakers out and swapping them over for your replacements. The speakers in the back are hidden in the side pods. Were the doors would be if it was a five door. Again just remove the panels covering them.

Bose are the beat speakers that you can get The sound quality is superb. They are quite expensive though. A cheaper alternative would be JVC. Avoid Sony as there in car systems are rubbish.

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What is ment by door cards and is there a guide or some illustration to show how to do this

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What is ment by door cards and is there a guide or some illustration to show how to do this

Its the trim on the inside panel of your door. It is held in place by screws, these are normally covered by round plastic caps that you can flick off with your finger nail or a trim removal tool.

It might show you how to remove a door card in a Haynes manual.

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