How to Replace a 1996 Toyota Camry's Rear Speakers
Replacing the rear speakers on the 1996 Toyota Camry is something that you may have to do at least once throughout the life of the car. The rear speakers measure 6x9 inches and are secured to the trunk frame by two Phillips head screws. If one speaker blows out, the best thing to do is to replace both of them so that you know the amps and watts are pulling the same amount of power from the battery and amplifier. To replace both of the rear speakers with new speakers will take you about 10 minutes.
- Moderately Easy
- Phillips head screwdriver
Open the trunk of the 1996 Toyota Camry. Locate the 6x9 inch speakers on the right and left side of the upper frame of the trunk.
Pull the wire connectors away from the 6x9 inch speaker connection. Remove the Phillips head screws from the right and left sides of the speakers using the Phillips head screwdriver. Remove the speakers from the trunk.
Position the new 6x9 inch speakers in the same location as the old speakers. Replace the retaining screws to the right and left sides of the new speakers and tighten them using the Phillips head screwdriver.
Reconnect the wire connectors to the new speakers and close the trunk.