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Replace the speakers on the door of a 2007 Chevy Silverado pickup?

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How do you replace the speakers on the door of a 2007 Chevy Silverado pickup?
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Chevy
Expert:  GM Tech (Cam) replied 8 years ago.
Welcome Corey. Is your truck a classic 07 or new body style 07?
Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Yes, it is the classic 07.
Expert:  GM Tech (Cam) replied 8 years ago.
  • OK, tools you need, a 7mm socket, a T20 torx screw driver and a trim tool.
  • Start by removing the upper extension at the mirror, it pulls off.
  • Remove the light from the front side by prying the top edge then bottom edge to remove.
  • Remove the manual lock lever by prying the back edge out with a small screw driver
  • Remove the trim around the door handle.
  • Remove the trim faster on the front of the door and the cap from the back.
  • Use the screw driver to remove the screw.
  • Remove the 2 7mm screws. One is under the manual lock lever that you just remvoved, and the second is under the back of the door pull.
  • Once they are out, lift the door panel to disangage the tabs.
  • Rotate the top of the door panel towards the front to gain access to the electrical conenctors and remove them from the switch. Set the door panel aside.
  • On the top of the speaker is a flat tab, press it down to relase, then lift the bottom out and disconnect the connector.
  • During assembly, make sure the manual lock rod is snapped in the guides.

PLease ask if you need more information.


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