The vast majority of Saab models in the United States are the 900, 9-2 and 9-3. These are equipped with a pair of speakers in the front doors and a second pair in the rear side panels on either side of the rear seat. Replacing them requires some basic tools and a modest investment of time.
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Things you need
- Panel tool
- Torx T30 driver
- Torx T25 driver
Pry off the triangular "sail panel" above the upper front edge of the door panel with a panel tool.
Pry off a round plastic screw cover from behind the door release handle. Remove the Torx T30 screw from behind it. Remove two other Torx T30 screws from the bottom edge of the door panel. Pry off the front portion of the door handle and remove the two Torx T30 screws from inside the handle.
Push firmly in on the round button on the rear edge of the door panel. Pry it out with a panel tool.
Pry around the edges of the door panel and lift the panel off of the door.
Remove four Torx T30 screws from the edge of the speaker. Pull out the speaker and unplug the connector from the back. Plug the new speaker in and test it. Place the speaker in the door and secure it with the screws.
Front Door Speakers
Fold down the rear seat.
Pry off the speaker cover with a panel tool. Remove four Torx T25 screws from the plastic trim piece surrounding the speaker.
Remove four screws holding the speaker in. Pull out the speaker and unplug the connector from the back. Plug the new speaker in and test it. Place the speaker in the opening and secure it with the Torx screws. Replace the trim and grille.
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