The 1994 Mercedes C220 is a part of the C-class line-up from Mercedes. These cars featured speakers in the front doors, rear doors, and the rear deck. If you're considering changing the factory speakers to aftermarket models or need to replace a defective speaker with a factory replacement, you'll need to access the speakers. To do this, you first need to remove the factory speaker grilles.
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Things you need
- Phillips-head screwdriver
- Panel tool
Locate and remove a Phillips screw found beneath the bottom edge of the front door's speaker grille with a Phillips-head screwdriver. Slide the speaker grille downward until it is completely separated from the door.
Locate and remove a Phillips screw that you'll find beneath the bottom edge of the rear door's speaker grille, using a Phillips-head screwdriver. Slide the speaker grille downward until it is loose from the door and can be removed.
Insert a panel tool under the front edge of the speaker grille on the rear deck. Pry firmly upward to release the clips that hold the grille in position. Remove the grille when it is no longer attached to the deck.
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