Hi Greg. Thank you for asking your question on Just Answer.
Does this look like the correct speaker, and where it should be mounted?
Sorry about the delay, but there seems to be several "sub-procedures" to get to and replace the speakers in the back. Here they are as PDF files that you should be able to view on your computer and print. Please let me know if you have any trouble getting or reading the files.
Replace Rear SpeakersReplace Rear Window Shelf Trim PanelReplace Rear Quarter Lower Trim PanelReplace Rear Quarter Upper Trim PanelReplace Rear Seat Back FoldingReplace Rear Seat Back Non-FoldingReplace Rear Seat CushionReplace Rear Seat Back Sound Barrier
Here is a drawing of the trim tool that is mentioned in some of the procedures. You can get these tools at almost any auto parts store for $5-$10.
I hope this helps.
Take Care, Greg A.
Thanks for the accept and for getting back to me.
My theory is that the engineers don't always "think" everything through, and don't have to do repairs on their own cars. But I shouldn't pick on them, as they are probably constrained by overall cost, and such other things, by the company.
Thanks again, XXXXX