1) How do I remove the Stock Speaker Grills from my door speakers. I don't see any pry tabs or areas on them. It seems like I read somewhere that with later model cars they unscrewed basically- but that doesn't seem to be the case.....
2) I assume ...to remove these old stock Speakers in order to re-cone them I will have to remove the door panels?
door panels do not need to be removed.
on my 1990 I took a small flat blade style plastic tool and gently pried under the lip and then turned the grille a little to take them off.
be careful, and go slowly; they are easy to break.
the woofers do not turn at all because they have a locating tab that goes into the bezel of the speaker
Pre 1989 is screw on type.
Part number mid range is 928-645-430-00, tweeter is 928-645-429-00, bass is 928-645-425-00 and rear is 928-6450-423-00
89+ is snap-on type
Part number mid range is 928-555-691-00, tweeter is 928-555-680-00, bass is 928-555-693-00, mid is 928-555-689-00 and rear is 928-555-691-00
Speaker threaded grill 1988 model
sorry to bother you with a mundane question like this but I am reluctant to learn the hard way. How do you remove the tweeter grill in the door panel ?
The larger one is a "screw-on" type but the tweeter, while very hard to turn, does not come off. Tried prying it off with reasonable amount of force but it didn't budge. Afraid I will break the locking tabs if I go beyond "reasonable amount of force". What's the trick ? Is it a snap-on or screw on grill ?
While fixing broken wires coming into the door I noticed the tweeter is installed at an angle but pointing wrong way. It is pointing into the dash rather at the driver. I would like to rotate it so it fires at me rather than the dash. Thanks
its is screw on, and it turns off anti-clockwise. It can be stuck, and be careful: it can be brittle and will break easily.
on my '87 and '88 they were screw on. on my '89, '90 and '91 they are all
89 s4 shaaark
88 s4 track car (sold)
91 gt (barney)
tilo (big bird)
87 5speed (parting out)