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Awesome! Thank You for clearing that up as I could not find a definite answer!
I don't have any extra Dynamat so I will just use a very small bead of RTV on the speaker to help seal it if I go the route you went. Just don't like the idea of drilling and worrying about rust.
I've never removed door panels w/ manual windows so from what I have read there is a small pin you push/pull out and the crank comes off?
Other than that, I should be fine! Gonna check prices at local stores for the installation kit, harness, and antenna adapter since I can get all 3 from eBay for $22 shipped. Speaker adapter I will have to check on.
Just trying to do this as cheaply as possible since I am using very cheap speakers/headunit!
BTW, Best Buy sells "quick connects" for speakers that attach to the speaker terminals and then have a plug that plugs directly into the OEM connection instead of using the little clips you used to attach to the OEM connection. I've always used them bc they are easy and reduce the chance of interference/bad connection!
Last edited by Versa12; 12-10-2012 at 03:57 AM.