Loudspeakers - removal and refitting
Facia mounted loudspeaker
1 Carefully prise up the speaker grille using a small screwdriver. Lift it from the facia.
2 Extract the speaker mounting screws which are now exposed.
3 Lift the speaker up until the connecting wires can be disconnected by pulling on their terminals. The wires have different connecting terminals to prevent incorrect connection.
4 Refitting is a reversal of removal.
Cowl panel-mounted loudspeaker
Pre-1986 models (except Cabriolet)
5 Prise out the grille retaining clip.
6 Extract screws as necessary to be able to remove the cowl panel/grille.
7 Extract the four speaker mounting screws and withdraw the speaker until the leads can be disconnected at the rear of the speaker (see illustration).
22.7 Cowl mounted loudspeaker retaining screw locations - pre-1986 models
Refitting 8 Refitting is a reversal of removal.
1986 models onwards (except
9 Extract sufficient screws from the scuff plate to facilitate cowl panel removal.
10 Insert a screwdriver into the captive plastic retainers and turn 90° anti-clockwise to remove them. Withdraw the cowl panel (see illustration).
22.10 Cowl mounted loudspeaker panel retainer removal - 1986 models onwards
11 Undo the three speaker retaining screws, disconnect the leads and remove the speaker (see illustration).
22.11 Cowl mounted loudspeaker retaining screw locations - 1986 models onwards
Refitting 12 Refitting is a reversal of removal.
13 Extract the screws from the scuff plate.
14 Extract the end screw from the facia panel.
15 Prise the door weatherseal from the cowl panel.
16 Remove the cowl panel and, if required, unclip the speaker grille.
17 Extract the four speaker mounting screws and withdraw the speaker until the leads can be disconnected.
18 Refitting is a reversal of removal.
Rear parcel shelf-mounted
19 On pre-1986 models, prise the loudspeaker cover free by inserting a screwdriver blade into the slots on the side of the cover (see illustration).
22.19 Rear parcel shelf-mounted loudspeaker removal - pre-1986 models
A Prising cover open B Retaining screw locations
20 On all models undo the four speaker retaining screws, pull the speaker away from the shelf and disconnect the wires.
21 Refitting is a reversal of removal.
Rear parcel tray-mounted
22 Unscrew the collar and pull the wiring plug from the loudspeaker.
23 Remove the rear parcel tray. Unscrew the four retaining screws and remove the speaker.
24 Refit in the reverse order to removal.
Rear quarter panel-mounted
loudspeaker - Cabriolet models
25 Fully open the roof and lock it.
26 Pull off the roof release lever knob and remove the window winder.
27 Pull back the rear quarter trim panel then remove the three screws and withdraw the trim panel with the speaker.
28 Disconnect the wiring then extract the screws and detach the speaker and grille from the panel. Note the location of the washers.
29 Refitting is a reverse of removal. Position the speaker so that the terminals face forwards.
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