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Old 05-27-2009, 01:22 AM
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I have removed a couple of 13mm bolts an two 10 mm bolts found in the rear pillar. I have no idea how to pry the pillar of to accesss the rear deck. I pulled and tugged every direction, seems thighly fited. How is the best way two remove the pillar (any clips or other stuff like glues?) safely without damaging an 09 altima w/ stock stereo. Sorry I have no crutchfiel instructions. I hate all the clips, since I don't really know how to pull on them. Any other advice in placing a rear 6x9 speaker. Other than that I am worried about placing everything back. Altima 09 2.5 SL non bose
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Old 06-01-2009, 02:40 AM
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got it had a plastic clip lower part of pillar a harder to remove metal clip near the bolt (4 inch toward the rear of the car) . So I pulled to the center of the car from top to bottom. Got my hand in and curse the metal clip. Then remove the pillar forward. I thought I bent the bottom inserts, but it is normal 20-40 degree angle. Everything else was easy except knowing how much force to but on clips. Most are pry lightly with a small (precision) screw driver, except the rear pillar and deck. I used matco 10 in prybar to remove the speaker, screwdriver did not cut it was scratching the paint only. Put everyting back in 20 min. Now need to consider an AMP or replace front speakers.
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Old 06-01-2009, 05:39 AM
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To get the speakers out of the rear on the coupe 2009 you go in thru the trunk. Remove the covering with the little plastic hold downs and the speakers can be unscrewed from the bottom. see my other post for wiring.
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