Date: Fri, 20 Aug 1999 13:32:11 -0500
From: djpark7nopsamail.com (Dennis Park)
Subject: Re: 9000 Front Speakers


I would check out Crutchfield. They are a very reputable car audio company. They have a great selection. (Their prices are not very cheap, but not very expensive as well.) All purchases come with comprehensive installation instructions. I don't know how much different the '93 is from an'87 9000S, but the front speaker grills are held in by three screws. Once removed, the speaker is held in by four screws. I wouldn't imagine it being a difficult job. Dennis Park '87 SAAB 9000S In article <37b846d7.6890057nopsam181.101.12>, kippernopsametcom.com wrote: <>< Hello out there... <>< <>< I have a 1993 9000 CSE and I'd like to replace the front speakers <>< (mostly because I've read in various places that Boston Acoustics <>< makes excellent replacements in terms of clarity, etc.) <>< <>< My question: anyone had experience doing this? I'm wondering if it'll <>< be a simple DIY job or will I end up needing special tools. From my <>< cursory examination it seems that the front speaker grills have a <>< single Phillips-head screw showing. Is that all that's holding these <>< grills in? <>< <>< If you have any experience to share, I'd appreciate it. <>< <>< (Please, if possible, CC me at klandinghamnopsamna.com, I can't always <>< get to the Usenet groups.) <>< <>< Thanks. <>< SDG <><

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