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How To Get To The Rear Speakers In R34 25Gt Sedan

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oh man i got so sick of the buzzing from the back speakers so i switched it to the front only. but its ben a few weeks sence i did it so i switched it back and BAG craptastic speakers again. so i did what anyone of us would have and i riped out the back seats and took some photos incase anyone wanted to try and is just as clueless as i am.

step one: remove bottom 2 bolts red arrows are pointing to


step B: remove bolts shown by arrows they are hiddin behind the seatbelts

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step three: after removeing the bolts in step B you have to pull the top of the seat up to remove it. there are red arrows showing where the bars that hold the seat in place and a red line witch is a strip of velcrow witch is attached to the armrest and if you over look it you will be pissed like i was. just remove it and pull the rest of the seat up


step D: remove the plastic that should be in the photo dont just rip it out you have to be firm but gentle after you get the section by the door out. stick you hand in behind the plastic trim and pull it off the rest of the way take off both sides


step 5: unscrew the 3 baby seat bolt things once you get them lose enough turn them like in the photo and life will be a breaze . there are 3 spacers on the bolts so just look out for them idk if they can get lost if you drop them but once they are out just remove the black cover


step F: not really a step but just rember to stack everything nice and neat pile so you dont ruin the seats or plastic trim


Step 7: this is what you are going to see so now you can remove the screws holding the speakers in place


and here is the reasion for my craptastic sound in the back of my car


and thats it just rember to put every thing back in reverse and i hope this will help some one. and no i dont know what size the bolts are sorry

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this is missing hints like cussing about how the complaince guys bolted the baby bolts in the car. and smashed the speaker grills by slamming bolts thru them, its like that ona few cars.

and this only covers sedans, the coupe is different slightly

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Well I'm lucky cuz they didn't ruin my speaker's. I was swearing just not too much witch was a surprise to me. I only have the sedan so sorry I can't help with the coupe. When I upgrade I will do another how to but that won't be any time soon

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Lol, nice post.

I tried this myself on the weekend before reading this thread and ran out of time.

Experimented with some randoms screws, eventually got the bottom seat out, then the back seat out.

But I got stuck on Step D (Step 4) removing the rear column door trim and then I had to go prepare for dinner.

Any tips for getting it out?

It has like a small two hole cutout with one plastic looking blue screw covered with the trim felt colour.


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just pull it out thats all i did sitck your hand in and pull then go deeper and pull untell you have it out. i did break a few plastic clips but its still in nice and snug and no rattlin aound so it must be all good

sorry i didnt see this sooner

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