How To Replace and Upgrade Car Speakers (Remove Rivets, Custom Mounts)

Learn how to replace the speakers in your car or truck. The factory speakers in most VWs are installed with rivets. Learn how to easily drill out rivets, and a better way to install upgraded car speakers. Also learn hot to modify the factory MK4 tweeter housing to fit an upgraded tweeter. This will be a complete how to guide on a MK4 door speaker replacement, but the techniques can be applied to any car. Most modern VWs have their speakers riveted in.

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5 replies
  1. Billy R Rush
    Billy R Rush says:

    I have a VW Tiguan Wolfsburg edition with the 2.0L TSI 16 valve Turbo Engine and the 6 Speed Triptonic Transmission. How reliable is this engine and transmission ? What engines and trans. are the most reliable from VW Audi.? I keep seeing these car backyard mechanics on u tube etc say they are not , and believe in Honda and Toyota’s can run 400 to 500 thousand miles.. They are critical of VW 8 speed automatics…

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  2. Elly
    Elly says:

    I was really looking to upgrade the speaker of the car to enjoy my road trip experience. Thank you for posting this information. It is really helpful.

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