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Rear Right Speaker Not working

Hello Everyone! Hope everything is going well. I haven't had any problems with the Versa. Just regular maintenance

Anyway, lets get to it

I noticed my front speakers are louder than the rear.
I checked each speaker thru the radio settings and just the Rear Right speaker has no sound.

I stilll have the Factory Radio and Factory Speakers
All 4 speakers worked when I got the car,
not sure when left rear quit working

How hard is it to remove the rear door pannel?
it has electric windows
it might have a short wire, it may not, any help on how to fix that speaker would be great!!

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I have crank windows so its a little different but not hard at all. Just have to remove the switch panels, unplug the switches, remove the bolt off of the arm rest, then remove the clips that hold the door panel in place. Now, as far as removing the speaker itself, its just 3 bolts and you're good.

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I have crank windows so its a little different but not hard at all. Just have to remove the switch panels, unplug the switches, remove the bolt off of the arm rest, then remove the clips that hold the door panel in place. Now, as far as removing the speaker itself, its just 3 bolts and you're good.
Thanks man
so the only tool I need is a screw driver.

I hope I get this speaker working this memorial weekend.
the only person that affects the problem is the person sitting by the door.
I would also like to add a tweeter on each door, eveeeeentually

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Screw driver and wrench. Are you adding separate or integrated tweeters?

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Screw driver and wrench. Are you adding separate or integrated tweeters?
I'm thinking separate, something like this:

with one of those on each door it should add a little more highs to the factory radio.

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Those are good. I have 2 in my V. Where do you plan on installing them?

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uhmm.... I'm thinking right there would be okay, close to the speaker


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Good idea. I saw something similar on google, and I thought about doing it too but Im not a big fan of drilling my interior. I installed mine on the A-pillar. Keep us updated.

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I have crank windows so its a little different but not hard at all. Just have to remove the switch panels, unplug the switches, remove the bolt off of the arm rest, then remove the clips that hold the door panel in place. Now, as far as removing the speaker itself, its just 3 bolts and you're good.
I see there's a piece on top of the door panel, I'm trying to remove that first but I don't want to break it.

does the rest of the panel just hooks to the door? I don't think I saw any screws

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On top of the door panel? What do you mean? There should be one screw on the arm rest which holds the door panel to the door itself.

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