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post #11 of 13 Old 06-25-2016, 09:06 PM
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If your a cheap ass like me. You can take the OEM speaker housing and take a cutoff wheel/Dremel and can cut mounting surface so that new speakers can seat properly. By doing this route you have to pop out your OEM speakers but I was Okay with that. The OEM were Doo Doo anyways and I was surprised that they were Hecho En Mexico.
I just discovered my entire 2015 Versa Note is Hecni En Mexico... but there is a long list of other cars made there too.

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I just ordered some 6.5" Kenwood 3 way speakers for the front doors. While I am sure the speaker wires will be the same color as the rear I will report back if they differ.

Hope this DIY has been helpful
Thanks for the DIY, Will 6-1/2 aftermarket speakers fit in the rear?
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If your a cheap ass like me. You can take the OEM speaker housing and take a cutoff wheel/Dremel and can cut mounting surface so that new speakers can seat properly. By doing this route you have to pop out your OEM speakers but I was Okay with that. The OEM were Doo Doo anyways and I was surprised that they were Hecho En Mexico.
Did the same. Worked for all four speaker locations when installing 6.5" speakers. May need to use some foam tape to help the aftermarket speaker seal to the old speaker housing/bracket. I also used foam speaker baskets/cups from XTC to improve sound. Sealed them to the OEM speaker housing/bracket with silicone. Use a tiny drill bit to predrill holes in the bracket to secure the new speakers.
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