Install rear speakers...how do I get the door panel off?
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    Install rear speakers...how do I get the door panel off?

    Hi,

    So I want to install speakers in my rear doors but have never taken the door panels off this car. I have on several other vehicles but wondered if the doors had any trick to them.

    I noticed even stock speakers make the door handles vibrate. any fixes any1 knows of?

    Last should I dyno mat behind each speaker? or can that wait you think?

    2010 WRX

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    not sure about the door panels in ur car but there are 2 screws and those plastic clips that hold my panels on. as far as the dynomat goes. thats really up to you. i am sure it will help hold some of the sound in your car and even help keep some out. but its a few extra pounds of added weight. so thats for u to decide. not a lot of solid info for u but just some things to think about.
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    There's a screw inside the grip, and I think another one once that part comes out. Then it just pops off.


    I should note, there's no reason to be upgrading the rear door speakers unless you have already upgraded the HU, front door speakers, and probably added a sub. Even then I would amp the front door speakers and maybe even install rear deck speakers before bothering with the rear doors.

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